Monday, August 18, 2008
Christian culture enjoys a catchy quip on a t-shirt or bumper sticker. These quips are intended to provoke and possibly shame their reader.
It's unclear what Christian culture's motive is for doing this, when Christ was entirely about relationship and love. It is possible the Christians think that when people see their "Hell Ain't Cool" bumper sticker, the holy spirit will work in their hearts. By this logic the holy spirit can't work in people's hearts quite as well if the Christians are wearing something normal or even, heaven forbid, something halfway self-expressive or hip.
Keeping up relationships with people is a lot of work. It's way easier to proseletyze to them from your back bumper or your chestal region.
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I could completely see some people I know making a counter shirt to the iGod shirt stating iTune Out.
but if they look at the quipin the chestal region of the t-shirt, aren't you encouraging them to look at your naughty bits? (yes i'm reading backwards!)
*** but if they look at the quipin the chestal region of the t-shirt, aren't you encouraging them to look at your naughty bits? ***
Christian MILFs for the win!
I have complained about this at great length, even when I was a church-goer. "Oh my word! God is that woman's co-pilot! I want God as my co-pilot, too! I wonder what church she goes to, cuz I wanna get saved!"
1) 1 Cross+3 Nails=4given
They left out the important part: The Spotless Lamb of God. Without that, nails and crosses don't mean much.
2) "Stop drop and roll doesn't work in hell."
How it changes lives:
Aw man! I was bankin' on stop drop and roll to save me in the afterlife. Now what am I supposed to do?! (light of heaven shines on inquiring individual) Jesus, please come into my heart.
You need to watch the documentary Lord, Save Us From Your Followers! It goes hand in hand with your blog!
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