“Love Jesus? Hate Bigotry? JohnShore.com” T-shirts Now For Sale

Organic pre-shrunk cotton. Charcoal grey. Sizes S,M,L, XL. $15.99 plus s&h.

A heartfelt thanks to Erin Carpentier Dammen, who thought of the slogan (and had it made into a bumper sticker), and graciously allowed me to have this fun with it.

About John Shore

John Shore (who, fwiw, is straight) is the author of UNFAIR: Christians and the LGBT Question, and three other great books. He is founder of Unfundamentalist Christians (on Facebook here), and executive editor of the Unfundamentalist Christians group blog.  (In total John's two blogs receive some 250,000 views per month.) John is also co-founder of The NALT Christians Project, which was written about by TIME,  The Washington Post, and others. His website is JohnShore.com. You're invited to like John's Facebook page. Don't forget to sign up for his mucho-awesome newsletter.

  • Anonymous

    Yay!!! Looks great!

  • Anonymous

    Yeah, I just couldn’t have asked for a better result. The photo of the shirt here I think makes it look darker than it is: it really is a true charcoal grey. And the printed words are a really nice 25% grey (with of course the shirt itself showing through the “JohnShore.com.” I’ll see about getting a photo that better represents the colors—though of course it’s … well, pretty much what you see here. They’re just … really nice.

  • Mollie Bandy

    Your slogan reminds me of my favortite bumper sticker – “I’m for the separation of church and hate.” Which, I guess, is why I like reading your blog.

    • Anonymous

      I love that. Thanks.

    • Anonymous

      I hate bigotry, but I love the bigot. The Bible says that God hates some deeds (Rev 12:15), so I’m not sure if there can be a total separation of church and hate. As far as hating people Jesus died for (which I believe is everyone), I agree with your sentiment. As far as upholding deeds that lead to death. Not so keen.

    • Anonymous

      I hate bigotry, but I love the bigot. The Bible says that God hates some deeds (Rev 12:15), so I’m not sure if there can be a total separation of church and hate. As far as hating people Jesus died for (which I believe is everyone), I agree with your sentiment. As far as upholding deeds that lead to death. Not so keen.

      • Anonymous

        Thanks, Tim.

    • http://stephanie-thingsfallapart.blogspot.com/ Stephanie Lanza Harvey

      Oooo I want this T-shirt too!

      • Anonymous

        Then you better bust out your checkbook, sister!!

      • Anonymous

        Then you better bust out your checkbook, sister!!

  • Erin_D

    Yeeeee-haw! 15 years into my future I see a ratty, hole-ridden t-shirt that got lots and lots of wear (and hopefully made lots and lots of people come to this site!)

    • Anonymous

      You DON’T have to bust out your checkbook. The slogan was your idea: the LEAST I can do is send you a free T.

    • Anonymous

      You DON’T have to bust out your checkbook. The slogan was your idea: the LEAST I can do is send you a free T.


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