Don’t Nobody Worry ’bout Jesus

The local Jehovah’s Witnesses will occasionally leave leaflets in my mailbox, usually accompanied by a hand-written letter inviting me to some service. Recently there was an Easter leaflet showing Jesus as the usual white guy with short hair and beard. I thought it looked like anybody but the historical Jesus.

It looks like someone else got the same leaflet and recognized the artist’s model:

Who is this man?
Kenny Loggins.

How does his death help us?
No more bad songs.

Why is it important we remember him?
Highway to the Danger Zone was ok.

Via just about everybody, but I’ll tap Christian Nightmares

  • Ubi Dubium

    It’s also very important to keep him out of your Christmas Pageant!

    • Mogg

      Oh my dog, I hadn’t read that one. Good thing I was already lying down!

  • Reginald Selkirk

    Kenny Loggins hasn’t actually died yet.

    • Ubi Dubium

      So this leaflet must have come to us from the future! Why didn’t the JW’s mention that they have time travel?

  • L.Long

    I thought that they may be referring to some one else but then I noticed it was a white guy with a well trimmed European style beard and realized that it must be Kenny Loggins who has died but just doesn’t know it yet so is seen walking around. Or has he arisen?

    • Reginald Selkirk

      Kenny Loggins was quoted as responding, “I’m alright, don’t nobody worry ’bout me.

  • Bob Jase

    I can’t do a link as I’m at work but Something Awful did a Photoshop Phriday on this last week – its worth looking at.

  • The Other Weirdo

    All I got from that is Sterling Archer’s “Danger zone!” Good times.