Tom Gilson

New in 2010: No Apologies Allowed

I’m featuring some selected new Christian blogs from 2010, proceeding in random order with precedence given to ones that were submitted earlier.

From the sublime to the … marvelous. Yesterday’s “New in 2010” post featured one kind of artist, and today’s features another. It’s No Apologies Allowed, “Weekly apologetics cartoons and quotes for the faithful, the faithless, and the full-of-its.” It’s Christian life and apologetics with a sense of humor.

I can’t find the author’s/artist’s name, other than Joshua (here). I can certainly tell he’s up to date on discussions regarding worldview and apologetics. And he has a sense of humor. Take, for example, the evolutionists’ old line that time plus chance can do just about anything, and a million (or gazillion) monkeys typing for a million (or gazillion) years would eventually by chance produce the works of Shapespeare. Joshua linked to news articles, then penned Rhetoric Meets Reality, which covers it in just a glance. Similarly for the Atheist’s Ink Blot in Mexico, for which you’ll also want to read the accompanying links.

He has “Qwerky Quotes” and the occasional video to offer besides. All in all it’s a lot of high-quality, thought-provoking fun.

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