The Common Good

Church Sign Epic Fails, Christian T-Shirt Edition

Thought I’d mix it up a little bit, especially since I’ve seen so many remarkable Christian themed T-shirts. And if you go out and buy one of these after seeing this, even as an ironic statement, so help me…

 

You just got stuffed by J-dog.

 

… And ever since I became a Christian, everything has been PERFECT!

Picturing Jesus in a gimme cap with a PBR on a trout boat right now, listening to some Skynyrd.

So they crucify people in space too?

Had to happen.

 

Nothing says “love” like a T-shirt with big, bloody nails on it.

Think this is the storyboard for The Hangover, Part 3

What’s better than big, bloody nails? A big, bloody hand with big bloody nails going through it!

BTW, pretty sure if you wear this, you’re a nerd. Does that means you’re satan?

Guessing this one is meant ironically … and awesomely!!!

Christian Piatt is an author, editor, speaker, musician and spoken word artist. He is Director if Church Growth and Development at First Christian Church in Portland, Ore. Christian is the creator and editor of "Banned Questions About The Bible" and "Banned Questions About Jesus." His new memoir on faith, family and parenting is called "PREGMANCY: A Dad, a Little Dude and a Due Date."

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