The worst Christian music covers of all time will make you think that you’ve died and went to Hell! Seriously. It’s even creepier because you know that these people were not kidding.
Christian music grew very much in popularity in the late 60’s and early 70’s, when Christian music bands started appearing out of nowhere. Sure, their message of love and peace could be considered somehow useful, but the creepy way they implemented it made you want to run as far away from Christian gatherings as possible.
From ‘The Reverend in Rhythm’, to ‘Hot Line To Heaven’, any song or album names were possible. The creepiest, the better. Depending on how dorky the people on the music cover looked like, you could easily sense that some of these people were going through some serious stuff at the time.
Some of these Christian music covers are so shocking, you’ll be scarred for life and what was once seen, can’t never be unseen. Just imagine a music album cover with a picture of a little boy and the words ‘He Touched Me’ written next to him… Weird right?
Well, you’ll find all the weirdness right here, in this selection of the worst Christian music covers of all time. Try not to act too surprised, because remember, most of this stuff happened in the 60’s and 70’s and we all know how those decades were.
And we are waiting for the Superman vs Batman movie?
Let’s keep it that way.
Seriously dude, next time call the police before making a music album about child abuse.
You can be thankful for a lot of things, but those hairstyles are definitely not on the list.
What miracle? Did someone actually managed to escape from your house?
Reverend RUN, here’s the competition!
You don’t say?
He was cool way before Drake.
Well, I guess that’s why you’re burning in Hell…