Jesus Christ - White Hat Hacker

Jesus Christ White Hat HackerIn the entire history of humanity, nobody has come back from the grave on their own except Jesus Christ. A few people have amazingly been brought back to life in hospitals minutes after dying, some with incredible stories of Heaven, Hell of other things. There are also a handful of verified other stories of people coming back to life after they were certifiably dead, and each of these have stories of being sent by back God for a purpose.

However its only Jesus Christ who came back from death on His own with no outside help.... he is a grave hacker, a death hacker.... a life hacker.

The Bible says that "death could not hold him" and that says to me that Christ was more powerful than death - he was the master over the system of death and was able to defeat the death daemon, something nobody else could do. (Yes daemon is spelled correctly, and all those linux system administrators will understand me here)

In hacking culture there are 3 types of hackers:

  • White Hat Hackers - the good guys who can hack for good purposes and never to destroy, harm or break the law.
  • Black Hat Hackers - the bad guys who hack for evil reasons, intent on destruction, to bring down systems and break things, or at best to just make money from spam or the like.
  • Grey Hat Hackers - those in the middle who hack for questionable reasons occasionaly doing illegal things, but supposedly for good reasons like helping others.

Jesus Christ (as seen in this image) is a White Hat Hacker - one of the good guys. He was able to get into the system, without being tarnished by it, and was able to rewrite the code for a good outcome - He is a life hacker.

I had the idea of making a T-Shirt based on this idea because I wanted to make a few evangelistic shirts that share the gospel with others in an interesting way. So this image is my first idea and I've used zazzle.com to turn it into a t-shirt. If you want to buy the shirt and start promoting Jesus, you can do so with this link.

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