The Limits of Apologetics

In my last four posts (Answering the Unanswerable Part I, Part II, Part III and Part IV), I answered questions (as best I could) from atheist Club Schadenfreude who commented on a previous post about Christianity, Atheism, and Morality. As I write this, not all of the posts have been posted yet, but Club Schadenfreude…

Comics for Christmas 2019

Perhaps I should have called this post "Comics for (next) Christmas," since anyone who is looking for comic books for a child or adult for this Christmas has only five (5) days to get to work! Oh, and no one is paying me to plug their books. (I wish they would!) Previously, on this blog....…

Stan “the Man” Lee

Stanley Martin Leiber was born in 1922.  He intended to write the great American novel, but at age 17 he had graduated from High School and had to make a living.  He did it writing comic book stories and dialog.  Ashamed to have his real name associated with a concern that was, after all, aimed…

Comic Books for Parents, Part IV

In Comic Books for Parents: Part I, Comic Books for Parents, Part II, and Comic Books for Parents, Part III, I warned parents that comic books aren't the innocent if frivolous past times they might remember from their childhoods.  Today's comic books are often multi-layered, complex stories with breath-taking artwork, and they are no longer…