Life 360: Twirl Around And Head Away From Christ!

Our pale blue brethren over at Kotaku, raspily wheezing through collapsed rib cages, have called our attention to this fascinating Christian rip-off of the X-Box 360 logo, happily plagiarized by a local church.

The 360 labeling was pretty bizarre even before it was stapled to the Christian faith. In case you don’t follow the cut of our gyst, stand up. Whirl around in a three hundred and sixty degree rotation. Notice that you are headed in the exact same direction you were headed before. While this directive may simply be nonsensical for a video game console, it has entirely different ramifications as a Christian message. Presumably, Christians don’t want pederasts and the morally slothful to do a 360, then continue to charge debauchery first in the exact same direction they were previously headed. What they want them to be doing is a 180, right into the open arms of Christ.


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  1. christy says:

    Unless, like a lot of Christians, you think you are pretty much perfect already and then it’s all good! Just keep on keepin’ on …

  2. Paul D says:


    And I just love the “In case of Rapture, this car will be unmanned” bumper stickers.

    A little presumptuous, no?

  3. adamondi says:

    I don’t agree with the ripping off of popular trademarks to promote churches, but you guys are missing the whole point of the message. This is not promoting a turn around of one’s life, which would indeed be a 180. This is promoting a comprehensive program the addresses the needs of Spirit, Body, Heart, and Mind. Think 360 = all-encompassing. Not 360 = a full spin or revolution.

  4. The Comedian says:

    So, anyone know the cheat code to avoid all this “challenging and complicated” crap so we can cut to the good stuff?

  5. The best part is that the cross appears to be upside down, which is, at least for Catholics, a big no-no. When Peter was martyred he wanted to die an even worse death than Jesus (not totally sure why) and so he had them crucify him upside-down. (Or so goes the mythology). Displaying the cross in such a way is heretical for Catholics (any maybe other Christians? Who knows. All those Fake Christians are going to hell anyway.*)


    *this coming from a fallen-away/reformed Catholic who is a current Atheist and practicing Homosexual so please don’t get all pissy.