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Have You Stopped Beating Your Wife?

You've heard the old trick question, "have you stopped beating your wife?"  Well, in case you haven't (stopped beating your wife, that is), a Muslim cleric gives advice.  Just make sure that you banish her first.  This is just unbelievable!  Click here: Muslim cleric: Here's how to beat wives

Is it just me, or is this a pattern?  One evangelical preacher taught that any minister who goes through a divorce should leave the ministry.  Well, he's now divorced, but is still on television (and in the ministry).  Ted Haggard stressed political activism throughout his career, now he laments that evangelicalism is way too polarizing because it is too involved in politics.  I wonder what happened to change his mind?  Click here: Haggard: Christian right is off course

Thankfully, there are a number of great new scholarly resources on the Book of Revelation.  Now we can add a new comic book with a sensational comic book artist to the list of resources.  Swell.  Click here: Illustrating the Apocalypse: Acclaimed Comic Book Artist Rob Liefeld Depicts Biblical Prophecy - Christian Newswir

It remains to be seen how successful Obama will be in stimulating the economy.  But he's sure stimulated evangelicals to focus upon end-times.  This is gonna be a long four years!  Click here: Billy Graham focuses on Second Coming in 2009

Reader Comments (6)

Keep in mind, the order of importance in the Muslim culture is as follows:

A. Man.

B. Dog.

C. Woman.
February 9, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterLloyd
You might also want to look at Basil Wolverton's Apocalypse: .

He was a "date suggester" working the the service of Herbert Armstrong's cult. Interesting graphics, though.
February 9, 2009 | Unregistered Commenter"lee n. field"
My wife beats me up everyday. ...She gets up about a half hour earlier than I do.
February 9, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterChris Sherman
Poor Haggard. Looks like he may have been better served by a year-long series of WHI on Christ/culture than throwing his money down the rat hole of a "make 'em straight" factory.
February 10, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterZrim
The Muslim cleric looks like he was beaten with an ugly stick. What's with the Popeye hat?
February 10, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterCharles S
Dispensational Biblical interpretation, particularly the more popular variety, is pretty much on the same intellectual level as that of comic books anyway (As a former comic book collector and die-hard Dispy, I can verify the truth of that statement 8) . At least it finally can be expressed in a more appropriate medium. That should hold the Dispys over until Buist Fanning of DTS unleashes his Dispensational volume on Revelation for the Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the NT upon the masses (BTW, one of my former profs, G.K. Beale is doing the volume on the Pastoral Epistles in the same series. That should be GREAT! I bought the introductory volume on James by Craig Blomberg & Miriam Kamell and was thoroughly impressed with the format. I love the idea of outlining each section of a book in Greek and discussing how it relates to both those previous and following. It really complements the exegesis very well. Kudos to Zondervan for finally doing an academic commentary set. Overall, the series should be very strong. The Reformed perspective will be well represented among several of the contributors.).
February 10, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterNeal P.

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