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#290: The Good Book

October 13, 2008

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #16: That’s Really Interesting ; #109: Dare to Dream; #210: Second Verse, Same As the First; #230: Life, the Universe, and Everything; #287: Personal Religulosity, Part One; #288: Personal Religulosity, Part Two; #289: Personal Religulosity, Part Three

Another related strip that’s not in the archives — #23½: Proud and Prejudiced — can be found in the first (and only, so far) Multiplex eBook, starting on page 29, or over at my Flickr page.

While #288 mentions that Becky is Jewish, she’s non-practicing. Which explains why she’s eating a pepperoni pizza in this strip and #53, as well as her “like me” comment in panel 2 of this strip.

Incidentally, I do highly recommend both Anna Karenina and Karen Armstrong’s A History of God, to believers and non-believers alike. I haven’t seen the 1977 BBC version of Anna Karenina Jason’s looking at, but it is 550 minutes long (it was a 10-episode mini-series).

UPDATE (10/14): Heads up! I've been interviewed by ComixTalk again.


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