Wednesday, September 13, 2017

YouTube Channel

Bible Illustrated Hands is a secondary channel where I draw and rant:



In Pencils and Prayer Ropes, you get to hear me rant on different subjects related to Christianity:


What Is Bible Illustrated?
Chapters of the Bible
Patreon Call
Icons of Heresy
Of Saints and Necromancers
Life of an Orthodox Christian - A Brief Depiction
Exorcism in the Orthodox Church
The Essence of Christian Life
Jesus in Islam
Throwing Fishhooks into Hell
Terrible Advice for Lent ft. the Devil
Thank You for 500 Subs!
How God Answers Our Prayers
The 666th Subscriber Guilt Trip Special
On the Gift of Discernment
50 Categories of People for Whom to Pray
Icons of Ideology
Cakegate
My Thoughts on Atheism
Wrath of God: The Eternity of Hell
Video Game Addiction
The Most Holy Mother of God
My Interview with DOOR
Wrath of God: Throwing Children into Hell
Atheism vs. Science
Differences Between Orthodox and Catholics
My Thoughts on Atheism vs. Science
Schism Survival Guide
Salvation of Animals
The Tale of the Two Calendars
If God Were to Eliminate All Evil
Differences Between Orthodox and Atheists
Lent Walk With Me
Reading Icons 1: Inscriptions and Halos
When Christians Write Fiction
The Tridentiest Mass
Steven Anderson and 'Mount Athos Exposed:' a Jenna Marbles Story
Fridges and Balloons
Praying on the Go with Saint Seraphim
A Dark Transfiguration
Bad Reasons to Convert and to Stay Orthodox


Sermon and Speed Draw is our series of speed draws accompanied by a short sermon. The following episodes have been published so far:

John 6:35 - "The Bread of Life"
Matthew 4:18-20 - "The Fishers of Men" 
Matthew 14:26 - "It Is a Ghost!"
John 3:16 - "For God so Loved the World"
Killing Giants
Wisdom 15:2 - "Beyond Forgiveness"


Bible Illustrated are narrated chapters of the Bible, accompanied by the drawings from the Bible Illustrated project:



The Reliquary is an illustrated series on the lives of the saints:

3 comments:

  1. in 2017, Gallup reported that acceptance of creationism is at its lowest point measured in 35 years, with only 38 percent of Americans believing that God created humans in their present form within the last 10,000 years. https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/evolution-is-still-true-but/

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    1. Not worrying too much about it, I'm not a creationist myself.

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  2. It seems the strategy is to "accept" both in order to gradually eradicate creationism

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