This is the fourth 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 Lucian of Antioch, a martyr tortured for nine years under Roman persecution. A staunch opponent of Alexandrian theology, after his death he was dubiously alleged to have accepted the proto-Trinitarian ideas of the Alexandrians. The pseudo-Pauline quote represents the Father-Son theology, original to Christianity and later condemned as Arianism, of which Lucian was a respected advocate.