t-shirt wars #1: love the idiot

love the idiot t-shirt war cartoon by nakedpastor david hayward

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Thanks to my friend Richard for this idea! I think I might do a series of these. A lot of ideas for these t-shirt wars are floating around in my head.

I believe as atheism is on the rise and more people are more outspoken, some ridiculous clichés are getting exposed for what they are.

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About David Hayward

David Hayward runs the blog nakedpastor as a graffiti artist on the walls of religion where he critiques religion… specifically Christianity and the church. He also runs the online community The Lasting Supper where people can help themselves discover, explore and live in spiritual freedom.

  • Gary

    Agreed. I like this one.

  • klhayes


  • http://religiouscomics.net/ Jeff P

    For “Love the A, Hate the B”, when B is an intrinsic part of A it does indeed become problematic. Especially when you try to pass laws to restrict B. Like love the red-haired people but hate the red hair – and no red-haired people can get married.

  • http://www.whatisspiritual.com cardw

    Great idea! I love the T-Shirt war. And hitchhiking off of Jeff P’s post I would say since Christians believe that we are all sinners they tend to hate themselves as well.

  • klhayes

    Mine would be “Agnostic Until Further Notice”.

  • http://triangulations.wordpress.com/ Sabio Lantz

    Very good !

    We have very brave, outspoken atheists to thank for the rise of atheism and the new found freedom less courageous atheists can now to have to come out of the closet. May magic-parochial-theism shrink and her followers lose their fake sacred cloaks, so that personal awe, wonder and inspiration are no longer held captive to professional superstitionists. May God-talk fade away and real conversation thrive.

  • http://triangulations.wordpress.com/ Sabio Lantz

    So, a t-shirt idea (we all have lots of ideas):
    I treasure Awe & Wonder
    without spooks, demons or magic.

    But to be honest, like my 13 year-old son, I prefer T-shirts without words: capturing those ideas with pics only is something only artists like David can do so well!