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We love him because we know what it's like to be classed as a nerd – and to come out smiling at the end of it." According to Christianity Today, "today [in 2001] on American college and high school campuses, the name most associated with the word Christian—other than Jesus—is not the Pope or Mother Teresa or even Billy Graham.
Instead, it's a goofy-looking guy named Ned Flanders on the animated sitcom known as The Simpsons.
Groening described the inspiration for Flanders as "just a guy who was truly nice, that Homer had no justifiable reason to loathe, but then did".
It was not until after the first few episodes that it was decided Flanders would be a faithful Christian.
Flanders has been shown to call Reverend Lovejoy for advice often, even over minuscule things, to the point that Lovejoy has stopped caring and has even suggested that Flanders try a different religion.
In the eighth season, the episode "In Marge We Trust" would examine the relationship between Lovejoy and Flanders, and shows the history of their relationship and how Lovejoy became increasingly uninterested in Flanders' problems.
Flanders had been meant to be just a neighbor that Homer was jealous of, but Harry Shearer used "such a sweet voice" and Flanders was broadened to become a Christian and a sweet guy that someone would prefer to live next to over Homer.
Firmly religious, he can be timid and something of a pushover.Nedward "Ned" Flanders Jr., usually referred to as Flanders, is a recurring fictional character in the animated television series The Simpsons.He is voiced by Harry Shearer, and first appeared in the series premiere episode "Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire".Despite his outward nerdishness, Flanders has also been connected romantically with a beautiful Christian-rock singer, Rachel Jordan, Homer is often shown "borrowing" (stealing) items from Flanders, such as a weather vane, a camcorder, a diploma, a toothbrush and an air conditioning unit.Even the Simpsons' couch came from "the curb outside Flanders' house".
He is frequently shown doing volunteer work, and is rigorously honest and upright, even going so far as to spend an entire day tracking down a Leftorium customer in order to give him the extra change that he had forgotten to hand over.