Big Butter Jesus king of kings statue

June 15, 2010 by USA Post 

Big Butter Jesus, The so-called Big Butter Jesus, or Touchdown Jesus, that iconic

Exhibit 62-Sauveur-foot art on I-75 in Ohio, was struck by lightning

last night between 11 pm and midnight. It was completely destroyed by

fire, save for the carbon steel frame.

Although undoubtedly an impressive work, steel, wood and

fiberglass statue was the object of ridicule of passers

years because of its appearance, such as butter-yellow, and which raises

been interpreted as requiring a touchdown or drowning in a swamp or

quicksand. The statue was built beside a lake on the property

Solid Rock Church in Monroe, Ohio. I’m disappointed, because I am

likely to take a trip soon and could have stopped to view it

with my own eyes!

This is not the first article I wrote about Big Butter Jesus

either. Back in March, he was referred to the web (I do not know why), but I wrote a short play on the curiosity of the Midwest and refrain Heywood banks on this issue. It’s a really funny song, see my previous article to view.

Check out some amateur images of the Big Butter Jesus suffering God’s wrath:

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