This is the third in a series of light-hearted signs for hypothetical American Unitarian Reform churches, created using an online image generator. I 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 First Apostle, Saint Andrew of Capernaum. The twin fish represent not only one of the earliest symbols of Christianity, but also Andrew’s trade as a fisher. The message is a translation of the first verse of the Gospel of John that more closely captures the theologically significant grammatical distinctions in the original Greek.