Contemporary Christianity in One Picture

"Contemporary Christianity" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward
“Contemporary Christianity” cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward


Sometimes I just have nothing to say.

I think the drawing says enough.

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5 Replies to “Contemporary Christianity in One Picture”

  1. Which one of their fellow Christian brothers did they crucify to take those pics…the LGBT one, or someone from another marginalized group?!

  2. Those who are the most loving and accepting of their fellow man are always the first to be crucified and exploited by Fundamentalists!

  3. As someone who was looking for a camera recently and found they now have viewfinder screens on the front as well to aim selfies, I’m not surprised in the least.

    Like that Santa Cruz mass shooter who left behind an Internet legacy of his Manifesto and thousands of selfies selfies selfies selfies selfies. (And I suspect the two were related.)

  4. “I think it very difficult to believe in a mild providence who looks down upon our earthly hell and smiles graciously in his beard; when I remember Gethsemane it is hard to believe that. The rag on the rock, He who calls God His Father, is for me a protest and a contradiction of a nicy nice faith in God the Father.
    I read during the war about human beings in Hamburg who, during a bombing, melted down with the asphalt in the streets. Afterwards you could see a little child’s hand stick up out of the congealed mass. I wonder if it is not the horror of this sight that makes it impossible for me not to look at the Christ hands in our altar painting. This is the kind of thing the Good Father in heaven ought to look down on. Perhaps a bit sorrowful, perhaps lifting His finger like an inept school teacher in the seventh grade: “Now let’s all be nice.” No, that I do not have the strength to believe.”
    – Olov Hartman in HOLY MASQUERADE

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