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CONTRADICT Bumper Sticker

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CONTRADICT, a truthful response to COEXIST.  

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CONTRADICT

"They Can't All Be True"

www.crossexamined.org

 

 

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  1. Contradict bumper sticker 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th Dec 2018

    This sticker gets right to the bottom 'bumper' line. 'They all can't be true'. they may agree on minor issues but on the major they are far apart. as for a modification, but probably more expensive, and with technology of 'hologram' printing, the 'contradict' and 'they all can't be true' need to be readable at different angles and only one or the other being visible. that way the latter lettering could be made larger. The latter line is for me the real message.
    keep thinking but remember 1 Pete 3:15. but truth does can cut deep.


  2. Bigger is better.... 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Aug 2018

    Would love to see options that would let you select different colors for both text and background. I also wish very much that it could be sold much bigger, like 24" by 12" (but in this case, only be the letters and not having a background)


  3. I've been looking for a sticker like this to debunk the nonsensical "COEXIST" stickers! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Apr 2018

    I've been looking for a sticker like this to debunk the nonsensical "COEXIST" stickers! I'm excited to rep this sticker and get good conversations going!


  4. timely response to relativism 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 18th Jan 2015

    good bumper sticker, provokes dialogue


  5. Different word needed? 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th Aug 2014

    I love the bumper sticker, but wish the word chosen was slightly different. "Contradict" unfortunately has some negative overtones that suggest being argumentative. I would propose the word "Contend" which is a word used in the New Testament about how we are to defend the Gospel.


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