43 thoughts on “wooden cross necklace

  1. Anonymous says:

    I do wear a cross, but underneath my clothing.
    Only clergy people should wear them ostentatiously. Your religion isn’t like a logo.

      • Anonymous says:

        If you think that religion should be vapidly chosen in terms of what you should wear in your everyday attire, then go ahead, become an orthodox hebrew, or a muslim woman. But I guess that your religion is money, so stay aside with your hypebeast consumption.

      • Anonymous says:

        there is the face of God in front of you. He is the principle of life. be here for him and with him like he is for you, and both of you will glow.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Its only /fashion/ if its carved from sinking grade agarwood or at least heartwood from 25+ year old Indian sandalwood trees if you are too poor for agarwood

    • Anonymous says:

      yeah ive recently came back and want some piece of hebrewelry but cant decide what and dont even know where to look. i thought a st sebastian pendant necklace would look cool but everything on etsy is literal chinese alibaba garbage.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Those wooden ones are for Protestants or children (but I repeat myself). If you’re going to wear one, wear an actual crucifix, but keep it under your shirt. Anyone telling you otherwise is a pagan or a Protestant.

    • Anonymous says:

      I wonder why they would wear that. Name one important event you can think of that involved a cross or would be associated with crosses in a contemporary context. Any ideas?

        • Anonymous says:

          What is a “love religion”? Never heard that term before.

          How come a God that transcends time and is all knowing from the beginning "changes" opinions?

          But this is /fashion/, lets stay on topic.

          He doesn’t, quit listening to heretical Protestants.

          I was going to post something similar to this, and obviously God would then be a progressive Modernist. Who would be endowed with the necessary authority to interpret His Will and supposedly changing moral laws over history? 😐

          >moral laws
          Do you think eating shellfish is a moral law, yes or no?

    • Anonymous says:

      I wear a clown pendant, chavette-style, except it’s John Wayne Gacy as Pogo the Clown choking a twink to death with a garrot.

  4. Anonymous says:

    It’s fine. People wearing crosses/crucifixes out of expensive materials is totally antithetical to the teachings of Christ.

      • Anonymous says:

        It was built and destroyed before Jesus was born, so I think we can say it was not in any way associated with his teachings.

          • Anonymous says:

            To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven.
            It is God’s will that the temple was built, and God’s will that it was destroyed.
            God’s expectations for humanity have changed over time, and could change again in the future. God once told people not to eat shellfish or pork. Jesus later said it was okay. Both of these were true at the times they were stated.

          • Anonymous says:

            How come a God that transcends time and is all knowing from the beginning "changes" opinions?

            But this is /fashion/, lets stay on topic.

          • Anonymous says:

            I was going to post something similar to this, and obviously God would then be a progressive Modernist. Who would be endowed with the necessary authority to interpret His Will and supposedly changing moral laws over history? 😐

          • Anonymous says:

            As I said, there is a time to do one thing and a time to do another. I didn’t say God changed his opinion. God changed his command for what people should do based on what would be most appropriate for that time.

            It’s like saying, when God commanded us to build this temple, why did he not command us to do so earlier if he is all-knowing? Probably because that was not the time to build the temple. You are assuming that God took time to decide or didn’t already know, rather than that he told you what you needed to hear at the time it was right for you to hear it.

        • Anonymous says:

          The Lord God Himself dwelt within the Holy of Holies of Solomon’s Temple, which was lavish reflecting His divine glory. Ornamentation and beauty are not evil, anon.

  5. Anonymous says:

    If you can afford nicer but you don’t, you’re trying to be fashionable and that’s gay. You are not wearing the cross because you are religious, but because "you like it", and that’s disrespectful and disgusting.

    Poor people would wear them in the past. Today they are just "fashionable". Buy a gold cross and honor your god, if you’re going to wear a cross. Gold crosses aren’t that expensive today.

    Also, tuck it under your shirt.

  6. Anonymous says:

    rec me one to gift to my bf!! I was literally going to make this a thread and surprised to see this right here on first page

  7. Anonymous says:

    i wear a golden crucifix necklace and i’m thinking of getting a black wooden plain cross instead, because with the golden crucifix i feel like i’m flaunting too much. is it a good idea or should i just stick with what i have? i am catholic btw

    • Anonymous says:

      just tuck the necklace you’re fine. never wear a necklace untucked it’s for gang bangers and other untillegent people attracted to shiny things

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