Thanks for the input guys. The comic itself are mostly symbolic, so I don't expect everyone to take it as what is acceptable since everyone has different views about theology.
Basically, the idea of this comic is to draw a middle ground where there is a level of acceptance between the theist and atheist readers. It's not a perfect comic for learning theology concepts but it sort of opens up a boundary or perspectives between two different extreme opposite opinions for those who are believers of God and those who aren't.
I have gotten some positive inputs from some atheists who actually enjoy reading and some commented that they find the story somewhat convincing. After reading all your comments here, I'm also glad to hear that there is also a certain level of acceptance from the theists' side as well.
Oh, thanks for the support, guys. I will continue to work hard on this comic.