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Jesus on the Internet…Literally, Sort Of, in a Creepy Way

July 12th, 2006
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And people sit around wondering why most non-Christians consider Christians to be weirdos. Do we have to give them a good excuse like this to do so?

This congregation features a talking Jesus, who follows your cursor around on the screen. Creepy.

Link: Welcome To Cross Rev Connect

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  1. organshoes
    July 12th, 2006 at 07:53 | #1

    Ewww.
    I feel just a tad guilty, having made my Savior look this way and that, just ’cause I could.
    What’s the point, I wonder?
    Truly a site for sore eyes.
    Forgive me, y’all.

  2. Rev. Al Bergstrazer
    July 12th, 2006 at 11:35 | #2

    Just when I thought I’d seen all that American Evanglicals could concoct… “hey it’s me, Jesus.” Is it just me, or does our Lord sound a bit like George Clooney?
    It is nice to know that with one mouse click I can find out “how to get saved.”

  3. July 12th, 2006 at 21:45 | #3

    Somebody actually proposed this. Worse than that, somebody actually agreed that it was a good idea.
    My head hurts.

  4. July 13th, 2006 at 08:48 | #4

    This would have been a lot more effective if Jesus had done the Robot like the Geico lizard.

  5. wheylay
    July 14th, 2006 at 22:22 | #5

    Creepy is one word. How about ridiculous, (as in “it invites non-christians to ridicule images of Christ”) or maybe blasphemous, (as in “attributing words and actions to Christ that are not biblical.”)
    The slogan in the upper left “ONE LIFE, ONE CHANCE” speaks volumes for a Decision theology gone Works. Thanks for the link……I guess.

  6. Rev. Al Bergstrazer
    July 15th, 2006 at 08:29 | #6

    Blasphemy indeed. The bottom of each page on this site says: “This site was created and inspired by God through the Power Of The Holy Spirit.” For some reason I imagined that the Holy Spirit had better taste.

  7. Michael L. Anderson
    July 17th, 2006 at 07:27 | #7

    I think the critics here are being far too uncharitable.
    I personally am envious of the uncomely Man of Sorrow’s blue plano-contact lenses. No doubt about it: this is “Jesse’s Root,” in the flesh, all right.

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