“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.

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  • 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.

  • 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!)

  • 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!!

  • 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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