I Ts 2:4-5 are perhaps the most contested
and controversial passages in The New Improved Testament. Many doubt
their authenticity for several reasons. The artwork is conspicuously different
than most of The Reverend's
work. The storyline presented here seems to conflict with later story lines
-- note especially how HANK is still presented in large-head from in later
strips [I Ts 3:2, 6:7, 8:1, 9:9, 10:2, etc.]. Some even posit that the graphic
nature of these passages is not something that The
Reverend would have created. It is of utmost importance, however, to remember
the special status of The Reverend
as a prophet of GOD. What he writes is sacred, no matter the nature.
SEnd of discussion.