48 thoughts on “Chapter 5: Lit, page 50.”

    1. Atheists are as loud as anyone else… unless you mean do they count as a religion.

      Agnostics would be even more interesting… “DON’T BELIEVE IN ANYTHING!! MAYBE!! WHO KNOWS WHAT IT ALL MEANS I DUNNO!!”

      1. Surely the Agnostic position is more

        “Live a good life.” “It doesn’t matter if there is a one God, many, or none, What counts is the here and now.” “Why do you need to be forced into doing the right thing by fear of Hell or promise of Heaven?” “Why do you need priests or Gods, to tell you what to do?” “Surely in your heart of hearts YOU know what the truth is.”

        I’ll stop ;)


        1. If that is your belief, I think you and I have a similar flair for religious non-religionism. And I love you. In a non-creepy, non-stalkery sense.

      2. Religion is like Schroedinger’s Cat for Agnostics.

        Is there really a God and afterlife? You won’t know until you die. And even if it is, how do you know it was there before you died?

        I think there time on Speakers corner would just be a sealed crate with “GOD” written on it.

        1. Well then… after reading your comment, I think I need to have a cold shower because it was just so wizard. Thank you.

  1. For some odd reason, I’m thinking that if you mushed the two of them together, then made two people again, you’d have two regular-sized people.

    That said, I do like the first panel, a lot.

  2. Amish? Amish exist in Templar? How has this crazy world twisted them so? There’s no way anyone would allow them to simply exist in this universe.

    1. @Coldfrog I don’t want to live in a world that doesn’t have the Amish.

      Is there a local government department or non-profit that determines the schedule? Or is it something that is informally agreed upon by the various religious groups?

  3. Ohh, I can’t stop laughing about that “The Amish never take their turns on the street corner for preachyness” part.
    Also Moze’s sudden hugs.

    1. Heh heh… You’d wonder why there would even be a time slot for them, since the Amish are just quiet and polite and do their own thing. I have to admit I’d love to see an Amish elder standing on top of a soapbox trying to convert people, just for the irony.

      1. Thing is, you can’t ‘become’ Amish. They don’t let anyone in by definition. That’s why the population is dwindling.

  4. Moze and Tuesday interactions always make me grin like a moron. I don’t even know why I love Tuesday so goddamn much, but I really do.

  5. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I’ve been reading Templar from the beginning for the past few days, and now I’m caught up. That’s such horrible news, now I have to wait and get my templar bit by bit, like a scavenging dog. I’ll never feast unhungrily (for who could want more?) on a banquet of Templarism for days at a time, orgy of readership, ever again. I enter the Nun of INRI and see the world ahead of me a bit drearier than the one I am leaving. Please put these comics out as quickly as you can creatrix, only the lowest rabble swine could miss that these are pearls you put before us.

    1. Welcome to our world. We’ve got coffee and donuts, please help yourself and then have a seat with us.

      Good, good… now everybody, I’d like you to meet our newest member, John.

      group: “Hi John.”

    2. I miss the good ol’ days of reading a dozen strips at a time myself… they certainly are addicting. Like opium, or pornography… or Brazilian opera, don’t knock it until you’ve tried it.

  6. Also, please give us more infor about Jake’s Kin. They’re fascinating in a “My god what started all this?” kinda way. Any truth to rumours that “Jake” is the biblical Jacob, or is he a more modern prophet? Please tell us, we thirst at the foot of your font of knowledge.

  7. Hehe…. I think he’s my favorite out of all the characters. I dunno, it’s just the goofy smile that makes me go “D’awww!’

    … not sure I’d be up for the attention he seems to pay, but ‘D’aww!’ nonetheless!

  8. …Oh my god. There used to be this show on CityTV called Speaker’s Corner.
    It was this booth where anyone could come up and say whatever the hell they wanted, and the best stuff would be broadcast on the show. And it makes me shudder to imagine this guy on that corner, spouting off about godly spunk.

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