Monday, February 15, 2010

yet He stills casts a shadow...



... I think I liked it better when Jesus just let the bear eat you.

13 comments:

RJW said...

It looks like it's cold there. Ghost Jesus is wearing extra layers of cloaks.

Fr. Erik Richtsteig said...

That looks perilously like the cover of a trashy romance novel.

Badger Catholic said...

This is wrong on so many levels

Karen said...

What else would you expect from your translucent Jesus?

Dymphna said...

It's the footprints story.

Terry Nelson said...

It's Kat in Malta.

Anita Moore said...

Plus, His halo has slipped.

Fr. Gary V. said...

The invisible Fabio carrying the slimmed down Kat in the seashore of Malta. NOT!

Hermannn said...

There seem to be several misunderstandings inherent in that picture. First, Size: Christ called himself the Son of Man, not the Son of A Giantess. Second: We know that He walked upon the waves, and that He called His teachings the water of life - so depicting Him as Walking Water on the Beach may be called well-intentioned, but that's about all. Of course, we could talk "Klartext" here, but first, get the children out of the room ...

Mike in CT said...

People, people...

This is clearly not a painting of Jesus, but the ghost of Bob Marley, may he rest in peace.

Mimi said...

I saw bad Jesus art and thought of you, I wish I could remember where it was to show you.

nazareth priest said...

This is just...confusing...
If Jesus is real, why is he "transparent"?
And if he is carrying someone, why is she, well, so, as Fr. Eric says, "like the cover of a trashy novel"?
I'd rather drown and go to heaven.
But that's just me.
Don't even consider what I just said:<)!

JaneDC said...

Reminds me of the scene in (I think) "The Body Guard" when Kevin Costner saves Witney Houston.

"And I-ee-I-ee-I will always love you-oo-oo-oo . . ." I hate that song!