Friday, October 14, 2005

My Studious Dog

I found her like this at 2:30 in the morning. Look at her tired eyes. She is very into theological apologetics, however, she has a lack of compassion for the lost. She barks at the neighbors.

13 comments:

stephen said...

She also pees on me.

chris said...

Haha...

Your dog is more interested in theological concepts that 95% of all the Christians!

stephen said...

But she still pees on me. Ginger, you studious little dog, you.

Tim said...

How do I teach my dog to do that?

Julianne said...

Tim,

All that's needed is a good Reformed church, some good books lying around the house, and a little encouragment. Oh, and God's will.

Frank Martens said...

I'm speachless, I really don't know what to say.

Righteous Sinner said...

I think Ginger may have been coerced with an off-camera doggy treat. Obviously she is not reading by her own free will, for if she were she’d be reading Barkhof.

Righteous Sinner said...

Oh ... and I can verify Steven's statement. She's a pee'er

Joanna Martens said...

how virtuous.

Adam Cummings said...

lol! Yes. Wayne Grudem is the man (except for his old earth tendencies and his continuationist views)... Go Grudem! You have, Julianne, a very intelligent specimen of a dog.

philosapologist said...

Yeah... I figured only a dog would waste time reading Grudem. ;-)

philosapologist said...

If anyone's interested, here's a link of Grudem getting crushed on God and Time by Dr. William Lane Craig. ;-)

http://www.leaderu.com/offices/billcraig/docs/grudem.html

van.diesel said...

This picture is HILARIOUS!!! Even funnier is that I just posted a picture ALMOST EXACTLY like this. Except the guy reading Grudem in my photo is not quite so hairy.