Thursday, April 12, 2007

Found it

Here is the B.C. Easter cartoon from years ago that caused such a fuss for the late cartoonist Johnny Hart. As a Christian, I love seeing the Seven Last "Words" of Jesus. Archbishop Fulton Sheen had a wonderful talk on that subject.

Of course the LW (liberal weenies) can't stand it. They claim Hart was proclaiming "Triumphalism" and we know from socialistic public education now-a-days that we can't be better than anyone, everyone is equally worthless. Of course the whole "Triumphalism" issue only relates to Christianity (or further defined as Catholicism) claiming to be the one True Faith. So they want us to deny the Creed because it might offend somebody. For a tangent of that thought, see The Strange Wedding. Remember, the Jewish people awaited a Messiah. As a Christian, we see Judaism as the root of our faith. In the Bible study I am doing right now, the link between the Old and New Testament is profound. We miss so much without understanding Judaism.

I also love Eucharistic symbolism of the last pane with the blood from the cross running down to the bread and wine with the caption, "Do this in remembrance of me." One would think it had Catholic origins if we didn't know the man behind it.

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