Often in the UK, some Christians opt to put a fish symbol on their cars to show their faith. This has been debated about for a long time.
In Nazareth, where there are Christian and Muslim Arabs living together, modern day Nazarenes have some different symbols to show their beliefs on their cars, such as this chain with a cross: (click to get a bigger image)
This is just a personal choice and there has been big debates in the past if its right or not, especially if you get upset with the actions of another motorist who in turn may say or gesture something that may not be a good representation of a follower of Christ.
Muslims have a variation on this neckless design too.
The chap who has this Citroen van has the chain thing and a fish too 🙂 By the way its going through a highway northward through Ha Meggido, whats commonly known as the place of ‘Armageddon’.
I think it has some good parts, I know Christians I have worked with who were friends and one found out the other they were a believer from the fish on his car.
Its very rare I see Christian symbols on cars in Jerusalem. Jews don’t really have religious symbols on their cars that often. I sometimes do see ‘Moshiach Now’ on a sticker though (Hebrew for Messiah now) and the occasional image of Rebbi Schneerson, a deceased Rabbi who is thought to be the Messiah amongst some of the Ultra Orthodox community.
Also its also interesting that Nazareth has a lot of young men in souped up cars (mostly Honda Civics and Seat Ibizas) with bass laden Arabic pop music driving around the city.
1. Arrival at the city – 2. Staying in the old city – 3. The modern day Nazarene carpenter – 4. Where Jesus first preached – 5. Religious vehicles in Nazareth – 6. Mary’s Well and the Bath house – 7. The precipice – 8. On top of the Precipice hill – 9. More old city streets and market – 10. The spice shop – 11. Churches from A to Z or Alpha to Omega – 12. The Basilica church – 13. Easter service at the Basilica