So shortly after posting the SMBC post (Why Teaching Biology may be Harder than it Needs to be!), I added it to my comics list and after dinner I open up my comics list and read this gem from Non-Sequitur:
What a day for comic strips! I've posted from Non-Sequitur before. They seem to drive right to the heart of an issue, as they certainly did here. I do wonder if someone won't renounce their religious beliefs, would they be let in? Imagine little kennie ham showing up and seeing that sign! I would have to think he would go sulk somewhere and then try and start his own Heaven, one where he can exclude just about everyone else and declare himself as a deity. After all, he's pretty much established his own religion there in Kentucky, hasn't he?
It does remind me of an old joke. "A man dies and goes to Heaven. After gaining entrance he's being shown around and everywhere he sees Jews working with Muslims, Pentecostals playing with Lutherans, Buddhists, and Methodists. He was amazed until he gets to one area where he find a tall brick wall. He asks his guide, "What's with the wall?" His guide says, "Shhhhh! That's where the Evangelicals are, they like to think they are the only ones here."
Note to Non-Sequitur: I did copy your comic image for inclusion here in case the image link doesn't work in the future. I've had that problem on a couple of other sites. If you object, please let me know and I will change it to a link.