Christians have hustle

It’s quite unbelievable the amount of “Jesus Junk” there is out there. You’ve got to admire the way Christians attempt to bilk money out of their fellow believers. They’ve been at this for a while, so naturally there are few economic avenues they haven’t tapped. Here’s one that will make you both annoyed and depressed at the same time: Faith Baby!

Unique Christian Clothing for babies and toddlers.

Our exclusive collection of Christian Baby Clothing is trendy, and one of a kind. We are dedicated to providing our customers with exceptional service and quality assurance while maintaining simple and unique individuality in all of our products. Ideal for the creative baby shower gift, birthdays, specialty gift baskets, new arrivals or if you know someone who is struggling with infertility this would be a precious gift for their “hope chest”.

Finally an opportunity to let everyone know that your baby will be raised in a protective blanket of ignorance, courtesy of a religion that makes people slaves before a higher power. Wear your stupidity with pride, people!

Comments (3)

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    chocobar

    I cannot imagine a bigger insult to an infertile woman than to give her a baby outfit for her “Hope chest”. My sister struggled for 7 years trying to conceive and the last thing she needed was a reminder that she couldn’t.

    This is sick.

  • avatar

    Ann

    I would pick these outfits up in a hot second, if there wasn’t “Jesus” plastered all over them. They are SUPER cute (little ruffle-butt anyone??). The bigger question for me is: would the makers of these outfits make an atheist line of apparel? Could you imagine how cute a “Born right the first time” T would be? If only I could sew, the possibilities would be endless….

  • avatar

    J.N. Hudson

    “or if you know someone who is struggling with infertility this would be a precious gift for their “hope chest”.”

    More like a Jesus endorsed slap to the face, a rather underhanded way of saying “Since you cant get the job done on your own…”. I find the whole idea of a “hope chest” a bit disturbing because, as in the case of infertility, it does nothing more than provide false hope and painful reminder.

    @Ann
    That would be the perfect present for my new granddaughter.

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