Here at The Barnhardt Blog and Podcast, we’re all about the diversity: the true diversity that comes from simply saying that which is true. It’s universally attractive to morally sane people of good will.
Below is a letter over the transom from a lady who made a bumper sticker for her car that references me. I think the bumper sticker analogy is probably quite theologically flawed. What do you think? I think a much better formulation could be thought up. Although I frequently feel like saying to people, “When possible, make a u-turn…. Please make a u-turn…. MAKE A U-TURN.”
As I’m driving and running errands, I find myself at a red light. Then I hear this incessant honking. I’m like,”who is honking?!” A delivery driver for OnTrac rolls down his window and says, “Man! I love your bumper sticker! That girl…that girl right there knows what’s up.” I said thank you and he continues, “she’s tough man but you have to be! God Bless!” Then the light turns green. I thought this was a great example of not judging a book by its cover. He was a black man about 35 with a gold front tooth.
He has good taste in bumper stickers and apparently blogs/podcasts. 🙂
Lady in Arizona
I think this is a better formulation for a bumper sticker: