Thursday, December 20, 2012

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Dialogue Dispute


Here is the challenge: These three busts above (Darwin, Finney and Spurgeon) have been placed together on a bookshelf by some ignoramus. Use your imagination and come up with a caption where one, two or all have something to say. This challenge will never end. I plan on using some, not all, (sorry, Arminians) to post with dialogue balloons and full credit to the humorist on this blog and my Facebook page during the months ahead. Good Providence to all the Calvinists who participate and good luck to all the Arminians and Semi-Pelagians who try their best.

Monday, December 17, 2012

Graphic Novel Page


This page was sent in by Herbie Fossenbooten. This Calvinistic Cartoon member thought I would appreciate the irony and humor. Well, Herbie, you have just earned yourself a nice, fat check of $7,000. I enjoyed the plug and will send you another check if you will mail me the entire graphic novel.
(right click - open link in new window for better enlargement)

Saturday, December 15, 2012

Celebrate Christmas

Me at the Jabriya Life Center in Kuwait. Thank God for His people everywhere you go.

Just for Laughs #242

All these men and nothing to say? I seriously doubt it.
What are they planning? Just what is going on?
You tell us!

Friday, December 14, 2012

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Just for Laughs #240

A caption right about now would be music to my ears.
Provide one and maybe you'll win a car...someday.

Saturday, December 8, 2012

Come Back Captions #5


Whenever ol' Rafe McCracken isn't teaching the tenets of Calvinism at the local Bible School, he can be found entertaining the village with his moonwalk.

(Originally posted March 14, 2010 - add more captions below if you're up to it)

Friday, December 7, 2012

Come Back Captions #4


Ginger, I just have to tell you about this new Christian novel by Frank Paralysis! It's about vampires who visit a shack where the Trinity is living disguised as a butcher, a baker and a candlestick maker. They can only get to it by going through a wardrobe owned by Oprah Winfrey. Is it fiction?...I'm not sure, but it is endorsed by Rob Bell and Ron Howard!

(Want to see more captions? Look up Just for Laughs #94 posted May 24, 2010)

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Come Back Captions #3


Clown ministry leader at Rob Bell's church just returns
from the depths to assure the faithful that there is no hell.

(Thanks, Chris Hensley, for the caption from September 21, 2011)

Monday, December 3, 2012

FREE for Kindle Users


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