This Christian Poster design was part of a campaign by ChurchAds.net, a UK Christian-based charity running from Dec 20th this Christmas here in the UK. The message was simple, and this is the explanation of the design from their site:
Research has revealed that 85 per cent of people agree with the statement that “Christmas should be called Christmas because we are still a Christian country”. But it also shows that only 12 per cent of adults know the facts of the Christmas story in any detail.
So if we Christians really want to keep Christmas focused on Christ, we must constantly re-tell the story of his birth in ways which engage positively with the public’s interest.
In the 21st century, proud parents-to-be proudly announce the coming birth by showing friends and family the scan of the baby. Our new Baby Scan Jesus poster (pictured left) uses this convention to place the birth of Christ in an ultra-contemporary context.
It is highly impactful. It has a sense of immediacy. It creates anticipation. And theologically it speaks of both the humanity and divinity of Jesus Christ.
You can read more about this design over at ChurchAds.net.
What do you think about this design? Do you think it helped to spread the Christian message? Are you a Christian and liked the design? Adversely, are you from another religion and you are offended by it? Id like to hear your opinions in the comment section below…
Do You want to know more about Jesus Christ?
If you heard the name of Jesus but have little or no idea about Him, then this is the time to look into who He was, what He did for us and who He still is today! If you want to know more about Christianity and why we believe what the Bible says about Jesus Christ, then I recommend reading His Word, the Bible, today. Here is a couple of resources to get you started:
Bible Gateway (Online Bible). I recommend the following translations: ESV (English Standard Version), NASB (New American Standard Bible), KJV (King James Version) and NKJV (New King James Version). There are also many other versions of the Bible Gateway site, even ones in different languages, too! A word of note, though, the NWT “version of the Bible” is not a valid translation and thankfully, does not appear the site.
Got Questions is a question and answer resource about subjects in the Bible. Very handy!
Here are a few good pages from their site:
If you have any questions about Jesus or Christianity in general, please feel free to ask or make a comment below 🙂