People who would buy the ‘Jesus Shoe’
THESE NIKE AIR MAX 97 ‘JESUS SHOES’ CONTAIN HOLY WATER AND ARE SELLING FOR AN UNHOLY PRICE
They’re $3000 – and have sold-out instantly
A pair of $3000 trainers containing actual holy water sold out within minutes of being released online on Tuesday October 8.
Brooklyn-based creatives MSCHF re-designed a pair of Nike Air Max 97 to implement the idea of walking on water.
Their ‘Jesus Shoes’ contain holy water from the Jordan river in the bubbled soles, a steel crucifix on top of the laces of the right trainer and a red blob at the tip of each trainer tongue to signify the blood of Christ.
The biblical verse ‘Matthew 14:25’ which accounts the act of Jesus walking on water is also referenced on the side of the shoe…
Anyone trying to go to church wearing a pair of 3-4 thousand dollar sneakers should not be permitted to enter the building…
The concept of “the Jesus shoe” is at best an insult to Christians and abject blasphemy at worst….
Some nit wit is going to drown trying to walk on water while wearing these sneakers, and in so doing, should end up in that special place in hell reserved for those who could afford to commit blasphemy and sin against humanity simultaneously.
Kudos to Johnny Robish for bringing this to our attention:
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