"Nope, my comic's theology is not supposed to be taken seriously. When I started the comic, it's meant to draw a middle ground between atheist and theist so that either sides are allowed to see from each others' perspectives and…"
"Hi EP! I read your wonderful manga "God's Revelation", and appreciated your disclaimers very much. Part of me wanted to have a knee jerk reaction to the theology in your story, but I took your disclaimers on good faith and really…"
"Hi Josh, thanks for adding me as friend. For the sketch trade, feel free to pick any characters from my webcomic site in chapter 5 onwards: http://godsrevelation.thecomicseries.com
Which character would you like me to sketch in the…"
Hi EP! I read your wonderful manga "God's Revelation", and appreciated your disclaimers very much. Part of me wanted to have a knee jerk reaction to the theology in your story, but I took your disclaimers on good faith and really enjoyed your story! There is a lot of wisdom in your story even if you mean it as fiction. I was too shy to do a sketch trade with you, but I loved your story so much I had to do a scribble drawing of Lorie and the Lord Jesus Christ. I didn't do either of them justice, I don't draw well, but I mean it with all my heart. God bless you, and all you love! ---- Gerry
Welcome to the CCAS. Thank you for posting samples of your work. I pray that you make some great connections. May our gracious Lord and Savior richly bless you in the knowledge of His eternal love for you.
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