Wednesday, 13 October 2010

The Confusing World of Christian Bumper Stickers

To someone from the UK the world of Bumper Stickers is an strange and alien place. We don't have them in the UK, except for the occasional window sticker or 'fish' sign.

So to come across a website selling Christian Bumper Stickers was a revelation, where I entered into a strange new world of the one-line sound bite for your car.

The only problem is, as far as I can see, far from offering a clear, humourous and thought provoking window on the Christian faith, it merely reveals just how divided we are.

So I have put together my list of "Top Ten Confusing Christian Bumper Stickers" where the profound is interweaved with the ridiculous, and the inspiring with "What the hec?!"

So here we go...

1. We start with something inspirational






2 & 3. But then we get political














4. The matter is finally settled ...








5 & 6. But for the sake of balance we have to include ...







7 & 8. Which of course, provokes the opposite reation ...















9. In the light of all this, it is perhaps not surprizing that some feel led to cry out the ultimate prayer ....







10. So thank God that someone has the good sense to lead us back to Scripture - with a little bit added to make sure we get the point.
What a wonderful faith!
All the above (and many more) are available in the UK from
(search for Christian Bumper Stickers!)

8 comments:

  1. Wow! What a gass !

    Thanx

    Laurence

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  2. Number 4 made me laugh out loud!

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  3. The pro-God, pro-gun one was chilling!
    I love this post and linked to it.

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  4. Thanks Suem - there is another version of the 'Pro God, Pro Gun' sticker which has another box inserted, which encourages people to support "Sarah Palin 2012". You can also get that on a mug, base-ball hat and T-shirt. It is chilling, isn't it? Benny

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  5. Politics and religion do mix judging from these stickers. The Tea Party right wing Republicans have hijacked God! Sarah Palin starring as Mary Magdalene in the Xmas pantomines.

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  6. I saw one this morning "I'm not religious, I just love Jesus" Huh? is religious a bad word among christians these days?

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