The Ties That Bind, Part 7
After new revelations from the Perilous Pen, Dee Grant steps up her efforts to convince Wooton to sign with Maximized Comics. Meanwhile, Whit’s End is under siege again — this time from a cyber-attack by the Vigilantors.
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1. Why was Jules upset about Connie’s trunk full of papers? How could you reach out to a friend who is in a situation like Jules is in?
2. Do you agree with Dee Grant when she said that fictional characters should reflect the lives of the audience? Or do you agree with Wooton, who said that art should help shape reality? Why?
3. Whit was attacked online for quoting a speech by Jesus about marriage. Why would Jesus’ description of marriage make some people upset?
4. Why does Whit try to downplay his conflict with the Vigilantors? (Hint: Read Romans 14:19; Hebrews 12:14.)
5. How should you react when someone asks you to do something that would displease Jesus? Has this ever happened to you? When?
- This is a main episode in The Ties That Bind (Saga).
QuotesHadley Bassett: I found the burglar going through Wooton's desk and cabinets.
Detective Polehaus: Going through it how?
Hadley Bassett: Rifling through the draws and compartments in an urgent but orderly manner.
Detective Polehaus: Uh-huh. Then what did you do?
Hadley Bassett: I shouted something like, "Hey, stop that!" or "Put that down!" Or I might have just—AHHHH!!!