While most people are in support of the statue – that is only recognizable as Jesus by the wounds on his bare feet – there are others like the woman who called the cops.
Rich People Call Cops On Statue Of Homeless Jesus (Audio)
April 14, 2014

Via Americans Against The Tea Party:

I’ve often heard it said that if Jesus showed up in rags, many Christians would turn him away. Metaphorically speaking, that’s what happened when a statue of a homeless Jesus was installed on a park bench at St. Alban’s Episcopal Church in Davidson, N.C.

One woman even called the police . . . because she thought the statue was an actual homeless man.

Reverend David Buck chose the statue as a memorial for Kate McIntyre, a parishioner with a love of public art. He also said:

“It gives authenticity to our church. This is a relatively affluent church, to be honest, and we need to be reminded...

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