Chinese manufacturer launches ‘Jesus Soap’

A company in China has caused serious anger, especially from the Christian community after it launched a soap called ‘Jesus Soap’ with the claim that it has the power to wash away sins.

This article came from a respected Nigerian daily, so you know it’s true.

  • deplorabledave

    I’m sure horhay will endorse it shortly.

  • LairdKintyre

    As a Christian this doesn’t bother me. It may be tasteless but I’d never stand in anyone’s way to make or sell or buy it. Were it Muhammed there would be another Benghazi on our hands and the maker would be charged. What a world we live in.

  • Raymond Cameron

    Does it wash away islamophobia?

  • andycanuck

    I can’t believe that a region of the world that has things like Hitler-themed restaurants could do this! It must be phoney.

  • Soap may wash away dirt, but only the blood of the Lamb can wash away sins.

    • DVult

      Cleanliness is next to Godliness.

      • Frances

        But only next to.

  • garyk2

    I’ve already got the Pope on a rope. I think I’m covered.

  • Micky C.

    Okay, this one made me chuckle. Even my statue of Buddy Christ on my desk is smiling. Total blasphemy though. At least as a Christian I can take it on the chin and still laugh about it.

  • Uncommunist

    More fake news to make it seem like Christians are thin-skinned lunatics … that they’re the same as ‘radical’ muslims. Not

    • LairdKintyre

      Yes. As if the 47 Christians this offends worldwide, and the worst thing any of them will do is write an angry letter to the soap maker, makes us all fanatics. Fanatics just as much as Islamic terrorists.

  • Hard Little Machine

    It must be good. Devil Bruce Campbell endorses it!

  • DVult

    I wouldn’t buy it because coming from China it may be full of God knows what – mercury, pesticides or whatever. Other than that it is reasonably clever. I don’t remember the rule that says we can’t enjoy a laugh or two now and then. Next up the mohammed soap.

  • What have the Chinese put in this soap in the image of a man no Chinese person can worship? What abrasive chemical is in it?

    • ntt1

      best not to ask but chances are its full of toxic waste and industrial byproducts.

  • ntt1

    after JP2s visit in the 80s vancouver we were offered pope soap on a rope for the shower, as i recall it was just reformed Ivory shaped in quicky molds , it did seem to work, I sinned mightily during that period and emerged unscathed except for a hangover or two
    no sign of koranic toilet paper yet which is diappointing there is a fortune to be made

  • tom_billesley
  • J. C.

    Doesn’t make me want to kill anyone, though…

  • Watchman

    Completely opposite to Jesus soap is:

    “It uses the Jesus soap on its skin, or it gets the tayammum again.”