Robert L. Short



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The Gospel According to Pea...

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The Parables of Peanuts

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The Parables of Dr. Seuss

3.85 avg rating — 40 ratings — published 2008
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Short Meditations on the Bible

3.91 avg rating — 23 ratings — published 1990 — 2 editions
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A Time to Be Born--A Time t...

4.57 avg rating — 7 ratings — published 1973 — 2 editions
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The Bible According To Peanuts

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The Gospel According to Dog...

3.57 avg rating — 7 ratings — published 2007 — 8 editions
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Something to Believe in: Is...

3.80 avg rating — 5 ratings — published 1977
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Short Stories Study

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“If we require some kind of sign, or "proof," for our belief in God, then we believe, or place our tust, not in God but in the sign or proof.”
Robert L. Short, The Gospel According to Peanuts

“as Schulz himself has pointed out, Snoopy is capable of being 'one of the meanest' members of the entire Peanuts cast ... he is lazy, he is a 'chow-hound' without parallel, he is bitingly sarcastic, he is frequently a coward, and he often becomes quite weary of being what he is basically -- a dog. He is, in other words, a fairly drawn caricature for what is probably the typical Christian.”
Robert L. Short, The Gospel According to Peanuts

“... the transition from lost to found is never an easy one. It is never easy to be a prodigal son -- or daughter. It is never easy to say, 'I will arise and go to my father ...' (Luke 15:18, 19). This is never easy, because it is not until our situation becomes completely hopeless that we can humble ourselves to the extent of admitting that such a gross mistake was our own.”
Robert L. Short, The Gospel According to Peanuts



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