A massive painting of Jesus watching over sailors lost at sea has been removed from the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy because it triggered a bunch of Christophobic bigots.
The 10-foot by 19-foot painting, entitled “Christ on the Water” and also known as “Jesus and Lifeboat,” was painted in 1944 by noted Marine artist Lt. Hunter Wood.
The painting depicts an image of Jesus and merchant seamen adrift in a lifeboat, presumably after being torpedoed in the Indian Ocean during World War II.
The Military Religious Freedom Foundation demanded that Transportation Sec. Pete Buttigieg and Academy Supt. Joanna Nunan remove the beautiful painting after a number of “anonymous” people complained. CLICK HERE TO CHECK OUT TODD’S ALL-NEW RUMBLE CHANNEL! JOIN TO GET THE LATEST CONSERVATIVE NEWS AND COMMENTARY! The Dept. of Transportation oversees the Merchant Marine Academy.“The outrageousness of that Jesus painting’s display is only further exacerbated by the fact that this room […]
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