Notional American Unitarian Reform Church No. 2

This is the second in a series of light-hearted signs for hypothetical American Unitarian Reform churches, created using an online image generator. We hope to show a range of attitudes and ideas all possible within the scope of AUR.

Today’s notional church is named in honor of the Councils of Tyre (335) and Antioch (327) which defended traditional Christianity against the conflationism of Hosius and Athanasius.  Its message — appropriately, a gentle poke at the conflationist Trinitarian doctrine of coeval personae — is modeled on the humorous moral rhetoric found in many Protestant Trinitarian church signs.