With tomorrow being April Fool’s Day, we thought that it would be fun to pull together a sort of Hall of Fame with the very worst Christian Book Covers!
All of these covers have been featured on one of our previous lists of worst covers, but we’ve picked the worst of the worst and condensed them here, so you don’t have to click a new page for each title…
From 2012-2015, we did an annual list of the worst Christian book covers of that year. CLICK HERE for the 2015 list, which also has links to all the previous years…
These covers are arranged from bad to worst (in our estimation anyway…)
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If the Conestoga is a-rockin’, don’t come a-knockin’…
We’re “forming a family” along the Oregon Trail.
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MS Paint and that title…
A match made in heaven!
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Feeling the heat of the coming Oregon Trail trend in novels, Amish novel writers decide to spice things up just a wee bit.
(NOTE: We took a lot of heat for including this one, as the design isn’t all that terrible, but the concept of the novel, and the grotesqueness of it in contrast to typical Amish novels, bears its repeating here)
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