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Calvin And Hobbes Mashup With Star Wars [Images]

We may have an issue with our love for Calvin & Hobbes (see here and here), but we have yet another visit into the world of mashing up Calvin & Hobbes with another universe. (That’s a lot of ChurchMag links) This time is Star Wars and honestly, it’s super cute. The artist is Brian Kesinger who has a ton of other drawings that you really should check out here. This maybe half of them, so go to the site and see what else he has. The is a great example of how we can exercise our creativity muscles....
Tags: Seo, Creativity, Pop Culture, Calvin, Brian Kesinger, Calvin Hobbes


‘This Is A Very Consistent Show’: Max Greenfield On CBS’s ‘The Neighborhood’ & Cedric The Entertainer

(CBS Local)– Max Greenfield and Cedric the Entertainer have built something special on the CBS series “The Neighborhood.” The comedy about new neighbors trying to get along in Los Angeles has allowed Greenfield to explore what it’s like to perform in front of a studio audience and learn from one of the best in Cedric. “He is so involved in the show in the writing and creative side of it. I know a lot of people think I’m funny on Twitter, but I don’t approach the work in terms of how can I do thi...
Tags: Los Angeles, Cbs, Only CBS, Calvin, The Neighborhood, Greenfield, Cedric, CBS Local, Max Greenfield, Dave Johnson, Cedric The Entertainer, DJ Sixsmith, Calvin Butler, CBS Local Max Greenfield, Cedric He


Thanksgiving of Horror: Breaking Down the Many Movie References in the Latest Episode of ‘The Simpsons’

Even after three decades, The Simpsons is still finding ways to keep things fresh. The latest example takes the long-running “Treehouse of Horror” and repeats it just a month after this year’s proper “Treehouse” episode, but with a Thanksgiving setting. The episode begins with Marge introducing three spooky tales of horror and warning the audiences not to let their kids watch – just like in the good old days. The thing is, as gimmicky as the episode seems to be, it is also one of the best h...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, New York City, Turkey, Earth, Star Trek, Features, Fox, Netflix, Animation, Jon Hamm, Bryce Dallas Howard, Mel Gibson, Maggie, Eddie


Not Just Me and My Bible: What ‘Sola Scriptura’ Doesn’t Mean

In August of 1981, a young Swedish doctor named Hans Rosling faced a puzzling dilemma. Numerous people in the village of Nampula, Mozambique, were suffering from inexplicable cases of paralysis. At first, he suspected an outbreak of polio, but after he conducted tests, the virus was surprisingly eliminated as a possibility. With the nation on the edge of civil war, Rosling worried that the cause might be much worse — chemical or biological warfare. After weeks of research with an internatio...
Tags: London, China, Africa, Church, Religion, Rome, Jesus, Christian, Mozambique, Luther, Christ, Calvin, Corinthians, Alexandria, Ephesus, Hans Rosling


A La Carte (November 1)

There is a huge and varied list of Kindle deals to begin the new month. Logos users will definitely want to grab the free book of the month—an excellent commentary. And you’ll probably want to grab the two discounted volumes as well. Westminster Books is having a week-long sale based around Reformation Day. 5 Myths about the Reformation Gavin Ortlund addresses some popular myths about the Reformation. How Social Media Makes Regional Conflicts International Wyatt Graham offe...
Tags: UK, Nigeria, Africa, Blogging, Britain, Egypt, Geneva, Algeria, Tunisia, Calvin, Zurich, Brexit, Wittenberg, Jesus Christ, A La Carte, Concord


A La Carte (October 28)

Today’s Kindle deals include a whole long list from Matthias Media. (Yesterday on the blog: How Calvin Responded When Luther Went Full-Out Luther) Where Can Women Teach? Eight Principles for Christian Churches Mary Kassian has written a helpful article that shares some principles to help clarify teaching roles within the church. “Where is the line when it comes to women teaching men? May women preach on Sunday mornings? Teach a Sunday school class? Lead a small group? Instruc...
Tags: Blogging, Christ, Calvin, A La Carte, Martin Luther, Stephen Nichols, Sproul, Ed Welch, Jason Meyer, Ligonier Ministries, Mary Kassian, Nathan Malpass


John Wycliffe: The Morning Star of the Reformation

The Trial of Wycliffe AD 1377 by Ford Madox BrownSource: commons.wikimedia.org You know about Martin Luther, John Calvin, and Ulrich Zwingli. You may even know about Thomas Cranmer and John Knox. . . .  But what do you know about the forerunners of the Protestant Reformation? Learn how one pre-Reformer set the stage for Martin Luther in this lecture from Roger Olson, excerpted from the Logos Mobile Ed course CH111 Understanding the Protestant Reformation: Precursors and Legacy. *** In histo...
Tags: England, Church, Religion, Rome, Catholic Church, Catholic, University of Oxford, Luther, Oxford University, Products, Calvin, Courses, Henry Viii, Martin Luther, John Calvin, Wycliffe


How Calvin Responded When Luther Went Full-Out Luther

I n 1544, Heinrich Bullinger was pastoring in Zurich when he and his colleagues there fell afoul of Martin Luther—hardly the first or the last to do so. Luther had written another treatise against their view of the Lord’s Supper and had employed his too-typical fire. Bullinger wrote John Calvin in nearby Geneva to ask his counsel and Calvin responded with a letter than models respect amid disagreement. *** I hear that Luther has at length broken forth in fierce invective, not ...
Tags: Articles, Blogging, Geneva, Luther, Christ, Calvin, Zurich, PAUL, Martin Luther, John Calvin, Antichrist, Bullinger, Heinrich Bullinger, Travis McMaken


Should Anyone Say, ‘I Am of Calvin’?

As we sit under preaching in our churches, what matters most is not how eloquent the teacher is, but how much truth shines forth in his content.Listen Now
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‘Calvinists’ Before Calvin? Predestination in the History of the Church

ABSTRACT: Luther’s and Calvin’s Catholic contemporaries argued against Reformed doctrine because it disagreed with the teaching of Rome. The Reformers argued, first, that their doctrines agreed with Scripture, but they also appealed to church history. Predestination and the other doctrines of grace were, according to them, not novel teachings, but teachings held as far back as the church fathers — especially Augustine. For our ongoing series of feature articles by scholars for pastors...
Tags: England, New York, Milan, London, Church, Religion, Rome, Cambridge, Catholic Church, Nashville, Philadelphia, Catholic, John, Luther, Damascus, Christ


Did God Give Man The “Right To Bear Arms?”

A.A.J. DeVille. If God had granted such a right, one would expect it to show up in, say, Scripture or in the broader Christian tradition. But in fact the entire language of rights is a modern novelty. None of the biblical writers knew such rights, nor the Fathers of the Church, nor the late medieval and early modern philosophers and theologians. Knowing this history, the great Catholic moral philosopher Alasdair MacIntyre wrote, “there are no such rights, and belief in them is one with belief ...
Tags: New York, Israel, Church, Religion, Military, Pope Francis, Un, Francis, Christ, Calvin, Jesus Christ, Samuel, Babylon, Jonathan, Congressional Research Service, Saul


PW Comics World: More To Come at SPX

PW Comics World: More To Come More To Come 389: Hannah Templer and James Romberger at SPX 2019 Produced by Kate Fitzsimons on 09/20/2019 https://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/podcasts/index.html?channel=2&podcast=1025 This week on More to Come, in interviews recorded at SPX, Heidi talks with graphic novelist Hannah Templer (G.L.O.W.) about her new graphic novel 'Cosmoknights,' a feminist space opera from Top Shelf; and Calvin talks to James Romberger ('7 Mil...
Tags: Amazon, Comics, Jack Kirby, Calvin, Chris Ware, Nycc, Mike Rhode, Lynda Barry, Small Press Expo, Kate Fitzsimons, Rusty Brown, Calvin Reid Heidi The Beat MacDonald, Hannah Templer, James Romberger, SPX Heidi, Hannah Templer G


Brock Clarke's Playlist for His Novel "Who Are You, Calvin Bledsoe?"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Brock Clarke's Who Are You, Calvin Bledsoe? is the funniest novel I have read all year. Clarke once again proves himself a master with this comic yet poignant book. Kirkus wrote of...
Tags: Europe, Music, David, Tennessee, Clarke, States, Seattle, Calvin, Bob Seger, New England, Interpol, Louisville, Hinds, Kirkus, Publishers Weekly, Atomic Books Comics Preview


Thank you, Pradeep (11)

Post 11 of #sg100peopleToThank. More about this series is here. I started this in April and then as things got busy, I sort of forgot about it. Until I was cleaning Asana and saw that I had decided I will write 100 thank you letters. And here I am!  Thank you, Pradeep! So, Pradeep Daniel. I don't even know how to describe him as. Before I try to talk about him, lemme give context. At a point in time, I used to work with this events agency as the client servicing / strategy person and Pradeep...
Tags: Travel, Work, Instagram, Friends, Inspiration, Anna, Calvin, Asana, Mentor, Guru, Lem, Pradeep, Event Management, Suvi, Daniel San, Sg100peopletothank


Headsup: Sex, Murder, and John Krasinski

Disclaimer: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment requests we note that it provided a free copy of “I Am the Night” and “Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”.  The opinions I share are my own. “South Park is back for its incredible 22nd season! Join Stan, Kyle, Cartman, Kenny, and the residents of everyone’s favorite little mountain town as they contend with the vaping epidemic, Cartman’s anxiety disorder, the rise of Amazon, and the fact that they didn’t take the threat of ManBearPig cereal serio...
Tags: Amazon, Europe, New York, Hollywood, Television, South Park, Navy, America, Los Angeles, Chicago, Tom Hanks, Afghanistan, Ferrari, New York Times, Abbi Jacobson, Ilana Glazer


US-China trade dispute weighing on retail sector

Pressure from the trade dispute between the U.S. and China is weighing on the retail sector, with shares of many in the industry falling in premarket trading on Thursday. Retailers have seen their shares seesaw this week as they express concern over tariffs squeezing their businesses. The latest is PVH Corp., owner of the Calvin […]
Tags: Business, News, China, Calvin, US China, PVH Corp


‘See You Yesterday’ Review: The Time Travel Romp Takes on a Timely Twist

Ever since Back to the Future hit theaters in 1985, time travel has become, for lack of a better phrase, old news. Time travel and all of its quirks and reality-altering consequences have become a part of the cultural language, with even the casual moviegoer knowing what happens if you step on a butterfly in the past. But See You Yesterday, which comes from Spike Lee protégé Stefon Bristol, adds a fresh and timely twist to the well-worn time travel movie. See You Yesterday follows CJ (Eden D...
Tags: Comedy, New York, Movies, Drama, Time, Sci-fi, Features, Netflix, Movie Reviews, Wes Anderson, Bristol, Spike Lee, Spielberg, Calvin, Michael J Fox, Sebastian


Lessons from Lord Acton: Learn from an old-school liberal

Lessons from Lord Acton: Learn from an old-school liberal julie.dudderar May 9, 2019 - 1:25pm Start Date Thu, 06/06/2019 - 18:00 Introduction Text An introduction to the life of Lord Acton, his major ideas, and how his legacy continues to inform the work of the Acton Institute and those in the broader liberty movement. Acton’s liberal conservatism stood in sharp contrast to many of his more national...
Tags: Religion, Michigan, Calvin, Grand Rapids, Acton, Calvin College, St Ignatius of Loyola, Acton Institute, Hillsdale College


whitney biennial: The Whitney Biennial Called. How Will They Answer?

For these eight first-time artists participating in the biennial, it’s a surefire résumé builder. But it also exposes them to heightened scrutiny.
Tags: Art, News, New York City, Warren Beatty, Jackson, Calvin, Michael, Gray, Marcus, Lee, Panetta, Jane, Nicholas, Whitney Museum of American Art, HOCKLEY, Bennani


SO LATE SO SOON: fun, genre-celebrating SF for young readers (of all ages!)

[Harry Tynan posts on our forums as Moose Malloy. Earlier this week, he messaged me about his fun, self-published kid's book, written as a series of bedtime stories for his kid (a tradition I'm very fond of -- it's the origin story of The Borribles!). The book is so much fun that I invited him to write a short introduction and choose a excerpt for your edification. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did! -Cory] The great Umberto Eco once wrote, in a about Casablanca, that "Two clichés make us la...
Tags: Amazon, Post, Books, Happy Mutants, Science Fiction, UK, Kids, News, Parenting, US, Ireland, Shakespeare, Ya, Casablanca, Calvin, Dad


Daily Deals: An Echo Dot for $30, an iPad for $187, a Logitech MX Anywhere 2S Mouse for $50, and More

Apple, Amazon, Logitech Hump day got you down? Today’s a great day for deals on smarthome devices and computer accessories. These deals range from the $200 HP Chromebook to the $24 Google Home Mini. But as always, we have a few favorites. Right now, you can grab an Echo Dot for just $30, or an Echo Dot + TP-Link smart plug bundle for $45. Of course, we’re also excited about the $187 2017 iPad (with coupon code MAYTECH20), and the $50 Logitech MX Anywhere 2S 3-device mouse. Laptops and Desk...
Tags: Amazon, Crafts, Facebook, Walmart, Logitech, Rakuten, Lenovo, Calvin, Haier, Hobbes, Dell Inspiron, Samsung Galaxy S7 for T Mobile, Sgt Pepper s Lonely Hearts Club, Google Home Mini, Facebook Alexa, Google Home Hub Google


The Complete Calvin and Hobbes Box Set (Paperback) $40.76 + Free Shipping

The Complete Calvin and Hobbes Box Set (Paperback) $40.76 + Free Shipping. This is the treasure that all Calvin and Hobbes fans seek. Amazon has The Complete Calvin and Hobbes Box Set (Paperback) $40.76 (Reg $100) with free shipping.Brought to you by: Frugal Focus
Tags: Amazon, Frugality, Calvin, Free Shipping, Hobbes


How a Google office became a sticky-note art gallery

At one of Google’s offices, windows have become canvases...for art made from sticky notes. The “pixel art” is not only a way to decompress after a long day of work, but also a way to make the office personal—and a lot of fun, too.The decorations all started when a neighbor wanted to say hello. A company located across the street used brightly colored sticky notes to spell out a greeting in their windows. Googlers decided to join in on the fun and reply with art of their own. Their initial respon...
Tags: Google, San Francisco, Mario, Luigi, Calvin, Googlers, Rick Astley, Tyler Wagner, Sticky, Working at Google, Jakub Gielzak, Hobbes Sticky


New Netflix May 2019 Movie and TV Titles Announced

New Netflix May 2019 movie and TV titles announced The Netflix May 2019 movies and TV titles have been announced and can be viewed below! All Netflix May 2019 titles and dates are subject to change. You can also view the titles disappearing from Netflix in May underneath. Which Netflix titles are you looking forward to and which are you sad to see leaving the service? Sound off in the comments below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Guantanamo Bay, Mexico, Russia, New York City, Nigeria, Disney, US, Pete Seeger, America, Los Angeles, Spain, Society, Mit, Rome


‘See You Yesterday’ Trailer: Spike Lee-Produced Netflix Movie Puts a Time Travel Twist on Current-Day Tragedy

Teen time travel movies never felt so relevant. See You Yesterday, which is directed by Spike Lee protégé Stefon Bristol, gives a time travel twist to a Black Lives Matter story, following two teenagers who build a time machine to go back in time and save one of their brothers from being tragically gunned down by a cop. Watch the See You Yesterday trailer below. See You Yesterday Trailer We’ve seen plenty of wacky time travel movies where teens mess around with time only to suffer serio...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Sci-fi, Teen, Netflix, Bristol, Spike-Lee, Movie Trailers, Calvin, Time Machine, Sebastian, See You Yesterday, Stefon Bristol, Ron Bobb Semple, Calvin From, Fredrica Bailey


See You Yesterday Trailer: Going Back is the Only Way Forward

BEGIN SLIDESHOW See You Yesterday Trailer: Going Back is the Only Way Forward Netflix has released the first trailer for the sci-fi drama See You Yesterday. The film is a feature-length retelling of a short from director Stefon Bristol, who again is back in the director’s chair. Also returning is Spike Lee, who produced Bristol’s short film as well. You can check out the trailer, as well as the film’s poster, below. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.g...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Bristol, Spike Lee, Movie Trailers, Calvin, Lee, Sebastian, Matthew Myers, See You Yesterday, Stefon Bristol, Danté Crichlow, Brian ` Astro, Ron Bobb Semple, Jason Sokoloff, Only Way Forward Netflix


Did Jesus Go to Hell After He Died?

“Christ’s Descent into Hell,” by Follower of Hieronymus Bosch Some versions of the Apostles’ Creed say Jesus descended into hell. Did he? For centuries, Christians have proclaimed, “… he [Jesus] descended into hell…” Other versions of the creed say “the grave.” Why do we say those words at all, and what are the implications of one versus the other? This brief post is only an introduction to the matter. I’ll present the main relevant biblical texts, a brief overview of the primary i...
Tags: England, Religion, Earth, David, Catholic Church, Jesus, Christ, Calvin, Misc, Peter, Heidelberg Catechism, Hieronymus Bosch, Christ Christ, Gethsemane, Louis Berkhof, Berkhof


Waking from a Trance

Mmm: Nothing, except perhaps the beauty of imagination, is sacred here. Watterson dissolves the boundaries of highbrow and lowbrow art. The comic’s freedom is confined—it’s not totally random—yet the depths it can go to feel fathomless all the same. Few other strips allow themselves such vastness. via Lithub They aren’t wrong. I would read Calvin and Hobbes not only as a young child but easily into my teens and adult life. I will still find a moment (or two) when I see one of th...
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French marathon runner Calvin suspended in doping case

PARIS (AP) — European marathon silver medalist Clemence Calvin has been provisionally suspended by the French anti-doping agency for allegedly obstructing a doping test last month in Morocco. Calvin denies any wrongdoing and claims she was brutalized by testers who pretended to be police officers when she was arrested in the city of Marrakech on […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Morocco, Paris, Calvin, Marrakech, Clemence Calvin


His Hymns Make Souls Feel Whole: Horatius Bonar (1808–1889)

If you could choose a century and a country, not to live in, but to visit in order to listen to preaching, what would it be? A case could be made for the sixteenth century if you enjoy Geneva, and Calvin is a hero to you. There is certainly something attractive about London in the seventeenth century — imagine hearing John Bunyan, Thomas Watson, John Owen, and dozens of others — some of them preaching within a few minutes’ walk of each other. Or perhaps you would prefer to be there two cen...
Tags: London, Scotland, Religion, Dundee, Jesus, Geneva, Edinburgh, Christ, Calvin, University of Edinburgh, Jesus Christ, Church Of Scotland, PAUL, Milton, Moody, Kelso