The Common Good
April 2007

Woof! Alleluia! Woof!

by Rose Marie Berger, Jonathan Mendez | April 2007

Let all creation praise! Worried that your pooch won't come with you at the rapture? Anxious that the piety crowd might think your four-legged life partner is short on salvation?

Let all creation praise! Worried that your pooch won't come with you at the rapture? Anxious that the piety crowd might think your four-legged life partner is short on salvation? You can finally lay your burden down. Darling doggie can preach and prophesy with the best of them in a new "Proud Christian" dog T-shirt. Remember, "the one who is joined with all the living has hope, for a living dog is better than a dead lion" (Ecclesiastes 9:4). Made of 100 percent cotton in the United States by union labor, these American Apparel tees fit most dogs. Just imagine a sunny day in the park with Fido in his Jesus T, catching a John 3:16 frisbee. It's ... well, heavenly.

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