Makers of "Jesus Tattoo" Release New Campaign, "Death Row Jesus"

Makers of "Jesus Tattoo" Release New Campaign, "Death Row Jesus"

The makers of the "Jesus Tattoo" campaign release a new campaign called "Death Row Jesus." It depicts Jesus in an orange jump suit being taken to death row with other inmates. The message is that Jesus sets prisoners free.
Controversy surrounded the Jesus Tattoo campaign when it initially came out.

The makers even sued Lubbock ISD for not letting them display the image of Jesus covered in tattoos on Lowrey Field's jumbo tron.

Now the group is out with another campaign called "Death Row Jesus."

David Miller is the man behind these highly controversial messages.

Wednesday, he launches a new campaign: "Death Row Jesus."

The message is that Jesus sets all prisoners free because He paid the ultimate price.

The nearly four minute video shows Jesus in an orange jump suit being brutally beat by prison guards and even crucified.

Through out the clip bible verses are referenced relating to prisoners, sin and death row. 
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