C*O*E*X*I*S*T? Not so Much… Try C*O*N*T*R*A*D*I*C*T

You know those obnoxious, C*O*E*X*I*S*T bumper stickers slapped on the back of purple Prius’s in blue state America? They’re supposed to remind us all of how open-minded liberal hipsters are. Well, Christian activist Andy Wrasman has a clever response. With one word he’s exposed the inanity of the “Coexist” lot’s self-defeating philosophy of religious pluralism. He’s started the “Contradict Movement.” Founder of the website ContradictMovement.org, Andy has created the C*O*N*T*R*A*D*I*C*T bumper sticker, built around the objective reality that, as his movement’s slogan proclaims: “They Can’t All be True – John 14:6.”

Truth be told, it wasn’t Andy who launched the “contradict movement.” It was Jesus Himself.

John 14:6:

Jesus answered, ‘I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.’

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Andy explains:

Go on over to Andy’s site and get your C*O*N*T*R*A*D*I*C*T bumper sticker today. At BarbWire, we plan to stock up.

(WARNING: BarbWire absolutely, positively and unequivocally cannot officially endorse placing a C*O*N*T*R*A*D*I*C*T bumper sticker over the next bleeding heart C*O*E*X*I*S*T sticker you see in the Trader Joe’s parking lot.)

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