Reformation Cartoons And Martin Luther Insults: The Paul Cox Interview
The Babylon Bee · Mar 20, 2020 ·

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Editor-in-chief Kyle Mann and creative director Ethan Nicolle talk to the man behind RefToons: Paul Cox! RefToons is a free-to-read webcomic, inspired by theology and church history. Paul is a freelance illustrator and cartoonist and has four chickens. 

Paul has previously co-authored and illustrated Pilgrims Progress: A Poetic Journey.

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Topics Discussed

  • Paul's story- who is he? How did he become a Christian?

  • Ethan discovers Martin Luther's insults and he's like a kid on an airplane for the first time

  • Wisconsin stuff and raising chickens

  • The master Bill Watterson 

  • Calvin & Hobbes, The Far Side, Garfield

  • Discovering Michael Horton's book Christless Christianity

  • Problems in the church, unanswered questions, finding answers in expositional preaching and reformed church history

  • Reformation theology 

  • Love for the imminently quotable G.K. Chesterton

  • Cancelled Christian Artists

  • The second commandment forbidding images of the persons of the Trinity

  • Paul has a Carman story!

  • Paul's new book collection RefToons Collection I which collects all of 2017-2019 and his Pilgrims Progress: A Poetic Journey

Mentioned on the podcast: Greg Koukl's Stand To Reason Podcast.

Subscriber Portion (Begins at 00:43:04)

  • Hot takes on some of the Reformed/Puritans:

    • Calvin

    • Luther

    • Beth Moore

    • John MacArthur

    • Huldrych Zwingli

    • Jonathan Edwards

    • John Piper

  • More Martin Luther potty talk

  • Tapping maple trees and other Wisconsin things

  • Butterburgers and other fine cuisine

  • Loony Toons

  • Also Mentioned: R.C. Sproul's What Is Reformed Theology?


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