Church Sign Evangelism
We've all driven down the street and seen those church signs that cause us to do a double-take. For reasons inexplicable to me, some churches are convinced that their evangelistic needs are well-served by publicly displaying such convincing arguments as "Stop, Drop, and Roll Won't Work in Hell" and "Santa Claus Never Died For Anyone."
Well, our Church History professor here at Rochester College, Keith Huey, is a man with way too much time on his hands. Recently a new website was brought to his attention where individuals can create their own church signs (www.churchsigngenerator.com). Thus it became something of a moral imperative for him to spend an afternoon devising a variety of church signs, which subsequently found themselves taped to various doors all over our office building. I include some of my favorites below. If you are bothered by any of these and wish to voice your displeasure, I can gladly supply you with Dr. Huey's email address.
Keep in mind, these are FAKE church signs and are not to be assumed to bear any resemblance to any actual churches living or dead.
However, my personal all-time favorite FAKE church sign comes courtesy of "The Simpsons," which I have adapted below:
Of course, after I mentioned this to the esteemed Dr. Huey, he felt the need to adapt it to his own purposes as follows: