Have you ever heard people going back and forth about Comics and Graphic Novels?
One individual calls it a comic (usually the one who doesn’t read it).
The other person who is reading it says it’s not comics but a graphic novel (usually someone who is older than a kid reading it).
The debate moves forward concerning definitions. Usually there is the comment that comics are for kids while graphic novels are not.
I won’t enter that debate but I mention this to make the observation that a Christian shouldn’t read comics/graphic novels without being aware of its content and practicing Godly discernment.
Just as I have been making the case in this series concerning Christian discernment with movies, much of what I said is applicable here with comics/graphic novels. I would also say one should also consult a biblical theology of reading as well.
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