If Hollywood can turn the resurrection into a whodunit and Jesus' face can be found even in breakfast tacos, you'd think we would have finally bumped our heads on the blasphemy ceiling. But don't tell that to the citizens of Lubbock, Texas, who have been confronted by billboards depicting a Jesus figure covered in tattoos that read "outcast," "addicted" and "useless," among things. It's a campaign by jesustattoo.org evangelizing that "Jesus' love is transformative" no matter how we've been defined, and a video on the site urges viewers to embrace Jesus as their savior. And while it's stirred up Christians who find the image distasteful, local pastor David Wilson is down with it. "This is fishing for people who would never walk in the door of a church," he said. [Source]
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