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Sound theology vs. worry

March 14, 2012

Theologian Linus Van Pelt assuages worries of ignorant sister.

Notorious worry wort silenced by the sound theology of Linus Van Pelt.

[x:] I wouldn’t get to comfortable, isn’t there a big flood that will take out a third of the worlds inhabitants in Revelations. It’s a star named wormwood that falls into the sea I think. But personally I would be more worried about the locusts.. they sound nasty.

[y:]That cartoon is in the classic book “Parables of peanuts”. It is a great read.

BibleWorks blog commenter “y” most probably has the source right. Commenter “x”, an obviously minor league worry wort, has possibly slandered a star.

 10 Then the third angel sounded: And a great star fell from heaven, burning like a torch, and it fell on a third of the rivers and on the springs of water.  11 The name of the star is Wormwood. A third of the waters became wormwood, and many men died from the water, because it was made bitter.

Theology student explains symbolism of Christian philosopher

The Gospel According to Peanuts is a best-selling 1965 book written by Presbyterian minister Robert L. Short about Charles M. Schulz’s popular comic strip, Peanuts. The book is based on Short’s use of the Peanuts characters to illustrate his lectures about the Christian Gospel. The book was a best seller and sold over 10 million copies [1] A sequel, The Parables of Peanuts, was written by Short in 1968.

Books seem to be PC, etc., available from Google at above link for $2 apiece.

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