Jaw-Dropping Christian Ephemera From The 20th Century
Putting the fear of God in everyone: Christian ephemera from the 20th Century. It’s not about God; it’s about the people:
This picture is from page 118 of the School of Tomorrow Procedures Manual (part 1, 1998 revision). That’s the guide that all Accelerated Christian Education schools are required to follow in running their schools. – Via
Devo’s theory of ‘De-Evolution’ originated from a Christian pastor in the 1920s
Cover of the Moral Majority Report from July, 1983
I want to make it clear that I am a Christian miniskirt. That is, I go to church every Sunday. What’s more, I attend an evangelical Church. Of course, I am not the only Christian miniskirt in town. There are many others who go to my church.
Though we represent a variety of colors and patterns there is one thing we have in common. We all have a way of revealing attractive thighs, especially when the legs are crossed. They tell me that’s the most comfortable way to sit.
Unless I am misreading the situation we seem to make our wearers a bit self-conscious. At least the girl who wears me is always tugging at my hem. Though I am not an expert on human nature, this appears to indicate some kind of complex.
I have also noted that we miniskirts have the ability to attract a good deal of masculine attention even at church. At first I took pride in the fact that men are fascinated by my pattern and color design. However, just this morning I heard the preacher say that this was not really what the young men (some not so young) were looking at. Though I was all ears when he started to preach, “The Appeal of a Miniskirt,” I was embarrassed before he was through.
Female Perversions: Sex and the Lesbian by Christian author Dr. Albert Reissner in 1965 – See more at: http://christiannightmares.tumblr.com/post/107616854696/female-perversions-sex-and-the-lesbian-by#sthash.aU4oUlK0.dpuf
1941 classic, evangelist John Rice: “Oh, women, what have you lost when you lost your femininity! When you bobbed your hair, you bobbed your character, too. Your rebellion against God’s authority as exercised by husband and father, has a tendency, at least, to lose you all the things that women value most. If you want reverence and respect from good men, if you want protection and a good home and love and steadfast devotion, then I beg you to take a woman’s place! Dress like a woman, not like a man. Have habits like a woman. And if you want God to especially bless you when you pray, then have on your head a symbol of the meek and quiet spirit which in the sight of God is of such great price.”
The Computers Are Coming! A warning from Southwest Radio Church in 1980
With thanks to Christan Nightmares