These are 11 funny church signs found
in the "bible-belt" of the US. The last one is the best.
The first sign is an implied threat
from God, claiming that it's hotter in hell than on Earth. The next
one is a pun on dentists, mirroring the idea of "tooth decay."
The third sign attempts to be funny by using a auto insurance
company's slogan as a short teaching about God, while the next sign
also uses a pun based on a company's business.
The fifth sign is a joke about e-mail,
claiming that God answers knee-mail for those that pray on their
knees – it's a fairly clever joke.
The next sign uses the idea of
the forbidden fruit of the garden of Eden to highlight the connection
between sin and its consequences. The seventh sign makes a joke about
the fact that many people only make a serious effort to attend church
on Christian holidays like Christmas and Easter.
The next sign is kind of lame, while
the ninth sign uses an ad campaign that connects to the milk of the
word that Paul speaks of in 1 Corinthians 3:2, and Peter also talks
about it in 1 Peter 2:2. The next sign takes from the idea of fixing
wrinkles, and the last sign is the best.