Altar to a Well-Known God

Altar to a Well-Known God
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6 thoughts on “Altar to a Well-Known God

      1. Appreciate it, man!

        The cartoon is also meant to bring to the mind of readers Acts 17. Paul walked around and, like a genuine apologist, he observed the habits and the people around him in the cultural center of civilization at the time before getting all up in their business. He noticed they had an altar to an unknown “god” there and their zealous religious habits. He then used that information to get them to think a little about what their own habits said about themselves.

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