Christian Crosses IV font

By Unauthorized Type on Sep 05, 2018

Christian Crosses IV

Christian Crosses IV

Christian Crosses IV

This another in my Christian Crosses series. Most of these crosses came from the books in Paul Kiler's collections, who runs Art as Servant in CA and AZ. He has copied many of his favorites from his collections and sent them to me. I have picked out some of my favorites for this font.

Crosses mean a lot to me. It symbolizes when Jesus died for our sins. No one knows what the real cross really looked like (even though I saw the "real" cross in a church in Rome). So there are many adaptations. But they all hold the same meaning. Please only use this font in a way that is glorifying to God.

In this font, I have included a variety of crosses. For the most part, the upper case characters are straight-edged fonts, while the lowercase characters are extremely rough (I didn't touch them up much).
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Christian Crosses IV Regular

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