Church Sign Epic Fails, Part Four

What good is life if we can’t laugh at ourselves a little?

Some Christians reject science, but math too?

There's a fine line between relevance and pandering, and they found it.

Now why is it again that folks think Christians are narrow-minded?

Science, Math, and now English too???

No, no, no, no....

I'm pretty sure I could take that devil. Maybe I'll sleep in Sunday and find out.

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  • Ellenkillik

    Ahaha the brains one is from my hometown. So proud…

  • Adrian Waller

    Man, I gotta get in on that $10 back guarantee!

  • Ally C

    Your first sign reminds me of this one:

  • Ally C

    …that “Go to church” sign wouldn’t happen to be on I-65, now would it?? 

    • Christian Piatt

       quite possible, but i have no idea.

  • Linda Brendle

    Since you’re the worship leader, I’m pretty sure Amy would get you before the Devil had a chance!

  • Aspiechristian

    Hey I could use the $10.

  • Elizabeth Anderson

    Hilarious!  Even better than the last ones.  I especially liked the ones about your brains falling out, although I think I could prove them wrong on that one by showing them my GPA…

  • Michael Mock

    I particularly like the Where Is God one. It manages to miss the point just slightly for Christians (for whom the answer, as I understand it, is “Where is He not?”) and atheists (for whom the actual question is something more like, “How do you know He’s what you’re seeing?”) alike.

  • Ken R

    The “brains fall out” line is used by skeptics all the time.