Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for December 21, 1987


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    LuvH8  over 7 years ago

    So do I Calvin.

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    bmonk  over 6 years ago

    What if he did, and people refused to believe?

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    yow4zip Premium Member over 6 years ago

    This one is deep.

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    Krendall  over 6 years ago

    As far as the Christian God goes, He wants followers based on faith and willingness, not out of obligation. As for Santa, I have no clue.

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    Ian Wahlquist  over 4 years ago

    Krendall, I totally agree! If God were to prove to everyone that he exists, then we would all know without a doubt. This would defeat part of the main purpose for our existence here: learning to follow God, even through doubt, for which he can bless us far more than if we follow him because of perfect knowledge.

    As for Santa, since the person he was based off of died several centuries ago, if he lived at all, it would be fairly difficult for him to reveal himself and prove his Jolly Saint Nicholas-ness.

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    tdoug1  almost 4 years ago

    Faith and trust!

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    Rodent  about 1 year ago

    God and Santa Claus are both imaginary.

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