Cheesy Jesus!
June 7, 2004 8:16 PM   Subscribe --Beyond the Jesus Action Figure, this is also your home for lovely Last Supper Wall Tapestries, Mosque Alarm Clocks, "Wash Away Your Sins" Bubble Bath...and of course, Jack Chick tracts! Your equal-opportunity religious kitsch supplier.
posted by ChrisTN (11 comments total)
Jack Chick tracts are classic. Here's his take on Gays (NSFAnyone).
posted by Ty Webb at 10:12 PM on June 7, 2004

don't forget yer cheesus.
posted by Hackworth at 10:36 PM on June 7, 2004

That Jack Chick would be the best satire on the web, if he wasn't so crazy.
posted by Iax at 10:45 PM on June 7, 2004

Jack Chick has converted me... converted me into an unstoppable idiot-killing machine.
posted by Pretty_Generic at 10:45 PM on June 7, 2004

I was hoping that this would be the site to replace a Jesus statue that I lost. It was six inches tall, glowed in the dark and was purchased near the Ste. Anne De Beaupre shrine in Quebec in 1991.

His hand broke off (while playing with the dog), so I replaced it with a brass cabinet hook. I loved that Jesus. Unfortunately, they don't have one.
posted by Mayor Curley at 1:29 AM on June 8, 2004

Try this site Mayor Curley.
Nashville kitsch for Jesus.
posted by nofundy at 4:58 AM on June 8, 2004

Love the copy e.g. "Truly God Awful Stuff", "Start your own holy war in the comfort of your home with our Religious Punching Puppets"
posted by lunadust at 6:27 AM on June 8, 2004

Well, I found this year's xmas card. Thanks Chris!

Also, I gotta get me some of that mother teresa breath mist.
posted by CunningLinguist at 7:31 AM on June 8, 2004

ah, "wash away your sins". the folks at Blue Q make some good stuff. had a bottle of the "wash away your sins" hand soap, with a happy nun on the side. it was nice soap, too - light lily scent, quite pleasing, i was sad when i ran out. there's a store near me that sells Blue Q products, but they don't have the "sins" line...

speaking of the jebus my wife has been quite happy ever since we got our dress-up jesus fridge magnet in the mail. every morning i find him with a new outfit. never fails to amuse her.
posted by caution live frogs at 8:07 AM on June 8, 2004

Just when I thought the nightmares were gone forever.

My step-mother had a Last Supper tapestry (actually, a nicer ..urgh.. version) and a Sacred Heart tapestry hung up in her home. We also had to listen to Cowboy Church on the radio every Sunday.

Thanks for the memories, ChrisTN.

posted by deborah at 10:05 AM on June 8, 2004

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