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Yes, "Armor of God" PJs, inspired by Ephesians 6:10-18. It's a wonder how goofy you can dress your kids when you're homeschooling them.

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The whole Armor of God Pajama set will help your children to depend on God to protect them from their fears, doubts, and uncertainties at night so their sleep can be restful and peaceful.

Wouldn't Batman PJs have a similar impact, without the Christianist* "please beat me up" overtones? The Anna and Samuel dolls are cute enough, though.

Via Kathy Shaidle.

*I am under contract to use this term at least twice a day.

(cross-posted at AS.com)

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  1. Now, David, you know that most homeschooling parents don’t do so for religious reasons.

    Still, I gotta get me some a them jammies!

  2. I have a coworker who very much would’ve bought these for his kids if the timing had been right.

  3. The Church of the Coupon Redeemer is presently having a 2-for-1 indulgence sale.

  4. Isn’t it weird to dress your kid in an outfit with the word “Truth” printed right above their crotch?

  5. So, if I get a set for me then Mrs. Pi will submit to her husband, Soldier in the Army of God? The Ephesians weren’t exactly hip on women’s rights.

  6. Do they make those for adults? My wife and I would love to get busy “Templar” style (if you know what I’m sayin).

  7. That site could not be funnier if it was created as a spoof.

    All I know is that God has been very good to me by providing folks like these plus politicians to be an endless source of amusement in my otherwise dreary life.

  8. Hey kid, sweet KKK pajamas.

  9. If the kids don’t sleep any better, at least they’re dressed for a new crusades.

  10. Ah yes.

    The Boogie Man won’t possibly be able to eat your children when he’s busy rolling on the floor with laughter.

  11. Didn’t a tag-team from the WWF in the 80’s wear outfits like that in the ring? I think they were “The Holy Rollers”. I could be wrong.

  12. Isn’t it weird to dress your kid in an outfit with the word “Truth” printed right above their crotch?

    It messes up the whole cross theme, too. It should be a vertical crotch stripe on the short that reads “chastity”.

  13. dude, I don’t care, them are some cool jammies. I would have delighted in them as a kid as long as I had the plastic or wood sword to go with them

  14. My first thought is that they were dressed as England’s national team football supporters. Maybe the next generation will see the light and change religions and grow up to be good football hooligans yet?

  15. Isn’t it weird to dress your kid in an outfit with the word “Truth” printed right above their crotch

    Its not wierd at all. I have the word “Truth” tattooed over my crotch with an arrow pointing down. That way I can tell the ladies…”YOU CAN’T HANDLE THE TRUTH!”

  16. My first thought is that they were dressed as England’s national team football supporters. Maybe the next generation will see the light and change religions and grow up to be good football hooligans yet?

  17. These are flame retardant, eh? We’ll se about that. bwahaha.

  18. *I am under contract to use this term at least twice a day.

    LOL! sullivan is such a douche bag.

  19. Wow, simply wow.

    Hey, Christian parents . . . I was speaking metaphorically when I told the church in Ephesus to gird their waists with truth, put on the breastplates of righteousness, shod their feet with the preparation of the gospel of peace, take the shield of faith, take the helmet of salvation, and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God . . .

    No where did I say “dress your kids like dorks.”

  20. Isn’t it weird to dress your kid in an outfit with the word “Truth” printed right above their crotch?

    You got a better place for it?

  21. As a homeschooler all I can say to David Weigel is you’re badly misinformed. Homeschooling families are specifically targetted with more restrictive oversight in the way they raise their children. You might try posting a funny article about how a family was harrassed — because their son was behaving like a robot. Not so funny if it was your family, and then think about the fact that the family wouldn’t have been targeted at all if they weren’t homeschooling.

  22. So where do I get the matching Holy Hand Grenade?

  23. THe real question is “Will they fit under my temple garments?”

  24. Are Morman’s required to wear their holy underwear while they sleep in these PJs?

  25. Those PJs are better looking than Mormon holy underwear.

  26. How long before they come out with Samson, the first suicide murderer, PJ’s?

    (It took both hands of Delilah, BTW, to handle Samson’s “Truth.”)

  27. Did anybody else notice the pre-coital smiles and hand holding of these presumed siblings on their way to bed, or is it just me?

  28. Order now…your “Flame reatardant PJ’s for PJ, your flaming retard”

  29. Samson’s Truth was a whopper.
    How could that be?

    Warren,
    I was just down in Tennessee visiting my numerous “kissin’ cousins” who were wearing their Bible belts. I was wearing my pre-coital smile, but it remained pre-, dadgum it!

  30. Oh… if I had been forced to wear this crap when I was a kid I would have been because ban atheist at age 8 rather than 25. No loving, caring, God would inspire his followers to create and market this shit.

    What is it about Christianity and their penchant for the tacky and banal? Is “Thou shalt not have any taste” one of the lost Commandmnets?

    Maybe I’m just bitter because a couple of posters already made the Mormon magic underwear jokes.

  31. Edit: …I would have become an atheist…

  32. My first thought is that they were dressed as England’s national team football supporters.

    They do have a very St. George look about them, with the red crosses and all. Which is pretty cool, actually.

  33. WOULD A LOVING, CARING GOD HAVE CREATED THIS SERVER?????

  34. If the heathen kid down the street has Mighty Thor Underoos,the two of you can act out issue #330, where the Thunder God dukes it out with The Crusader!

    Kevin

  35. I think it is very sad that the world has come to this. These pj’s was created to help kids sleep without waking their parents 3 to 4 times a night. If people think they or dorky or tacky..SO WHAT!!!! I will put my kids to bed in a freaken clown suit if it helps ME get a good night sleep.

  36. Reading these comments is a sad reminder how ignorant and stupid we can all be. #1 If you had any brains & eyes you can see the kids are not brother and sister. A little hint… they are models, its that simple. #2 How uncomfortable does an Athiest have to be with themselves to go to religious websites? It is amazing to see so many non-believers clicking on this religious website. That in itself makes it all worth it.
    #3 I do find it interesting that most of these negative comments are coming from men.

  37. To the creator Peggy,

    You are truly one of God?s more ?SPECIAL? creations, but seriously,,,,,are you F**KING KIDDING?????? Or just outright insane? Tonight on HBO Bill Maher compared your sleepware to KKK training uniforms, I agree. They look absolutely rediculous. I can?t believe anyone would force their children to wear them, much less waste good money on this sort garment. Maybe you can join forces with the Mormans and design a new line of magical underpants for their clan. Hope you make tons of money off your efforts, and I?ll bet it?s all for Jesus too,,,,, Right??.WHAT A MARKETING PLAN!

    HMMM! Now stick that in your book of stories and get a life!

    PS: I’m Agnostic and click on just as many religious websites as I do gay porn sites!

    PPSS: Do these come in any other colors??? Perhaps a Satin lined Rainbow striped Lame’…….

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