This Would Make A Great Bumpersticker

…or T-Shirt.

I think I’ll add it to my header, as an intermittent advertisement.

10 thoughts on “This Would Make A Great Bumpersticker

  1. It’s clever. The problem is, If I hadn’t seen it on your blog, instead glimpsing it on a passing car – I’m sure I’d think it said simply, “One Nation, Under God”.

    Now – a T-shirt? That would be a most excellent one! People tend to look a little closer at something that’s in their face.

    • I’m sure I’d think it said simply, “One Nation, Under God”.

      Aside from the fact that I refuse to put bumper stickers on my car, if I did, that wouldn’t bother me. It’s not about pissing people off, or changing someone else’s mind. It’s about stating mine. If someone wants to read it and it confirms their belief, so be it. If they are of discriminating and skeptical mind, and they look closer, maybe I’ll get a thumbs up.

      In any event, I’ve already had to repaint my car once from being keyed. I don’t need to attract asshole Christians.

      • In any event, I’ve already had to repaint my car once from being keyed. I don’t need to attract asshole Christians.

        Crazy Gideon just can’t help himself.

  2. I don’t do bumper stickers, but a T-shirt would be great.

    Soooo, when are you opening your zazzle shop?

  3. I had some fish pulled off my car. SEPTA worked out some deal to use about a third of a church’s parking lot near the train station as additional parking and that’s where I park. Someone obviously took offense. Luckily the Chiefs paraphernalia has gone untouched, otherwise there’d be hell to pay. 😉

    Still, I don’t like the stealth nature of this image.

  4. Newby here. I would be interested to read your thoughts on the following. As someone who has struggled for decades with the big question of “How did we get here?” I have found one way of thinking about God’s existence easier to swallow. The more we learn about the universe, the brain, cellular activity, etc. the less we as humans can explain. Doesn’t it take a much bigger leap of faith to not believe in a creator? Atheists mock faith but I would argue it is the atheist who requires more of it than a believer.

      • A lifeline? Did you ask me a question and I missed it?

        No worries. I was just asking for your opinion on a fellow unsaved soul’s thought. You don’t seem to be too interested in the exchange of ideas (as is your right on your blog).

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