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Please take care of yourself and others. Social... or better... PHYSICAL distancing... works. Let's defeat this together. (There are a lot of images and products to enjoy during this time. Read through my blog. Check out thousands of my cartoons. Share with your family and friends. If you're bored, confused, scared, or spiritually curious, I offer lots to think and talk about. Go to my nakedpastor store because that's where everything is, including my blog that's FREE!)

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The bible compares people to sheep when they are in trouble, lost, confused, vulnerable, and weak. It never compares people to sheep when they are just being people. It only compare people to sheep when people need help. Nevertheless, it's now come to be used to KEEP people weak, controllable, manageable, usable, and stupid.  It's mostly used to prove that people can't and therefore shouldn't think for themselves. That's bullsh*t! It's full of sheep!

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"Wicked Shepherds" When I was a pastor of local congregations, the severe warnings to the shepherds of Israel in Ezekiel 34 haunted me. I did NOT want to be one of those. The promise to the shepherds is that they will lose their sheep and will no longer be able to use them as food or clothing or anything else. The shepherds think only of themselves and care not for the sheep. The promise to the sheep is that God will take direct responsibility for and care of the sheep. It’s the radical promise of spiritual autonomy without an unhealthy...

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"LGBTQ Sheep Has Devotions" Many of my LGBTQ friends are believers. They are devout in their devotion and with their devotions. So I drew this delightful LGBTQ sheep reading their bible and writing in their journal. I might make this available as a print and on other products. D’ya think?

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"The Puzzle of Love" I received high praise this last weekend from a gay person who is also a lawyer. They said something like this: “I want to thank you for your advocacy work for the LGBTQ+ community. It means so much. You have no idea how much you’re helping us and we really appreciate it. It helps to normalize us. Please keep up the good work.” “Normalize”! Yes! I’ve said this before. When I draw Jesus happily being with the LGBTQ community without judgment but with love and joy, it challenges the stereotypical religious spirit that would never imagine...

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