The cartoon of Jesus in today's paper was an affront to a community in which Christianity guides the lives of many. It was either a deliberate affront or a foolish jest. You pictured a Jesus in caricature, a vicious caricature, being reminded by his wife not to forget some errand.
Have you no sense of how this affects the religious sensibilities of the many of us to whom Jesus is the guiding force in their lives? A little reverence may be an acceptable thing in religion, but this exceeds all the possible bounds or excuses a newspaper can give.
Walter P. Carvin