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located by Penny Walch, 12 November 2010
Source: Image from "The Website of the Lord"
Seen in Hamilton, NZ. It is blue, with what appears to be a Scandinavian type
cross stretching the height of the flag, but not the width. It has one
"Australian" type star near the top. It is in a garden down a back section in a
house I pass on the way to work (Southwell School, Hamilton, NZ).
Penny Walch, 10 November 2010
The owner, as it happened, had just put up a
includes a detailed explanation. The flag is of his design and represents "The
Kingdom." Penny writes: "His is the only flag in existence at this point, but he
also had stickers on his letter box with the same design and he is hoping that
it will become a sign of being a Christian worldwide!"
I fear that, though I can't recall ever seeing a flag to represent "The Kingdom" before, which does take precedence over mortal kingdoms, quite a few other flags exist intended to indicate Christianity. It's true that he has a good design, and excellent ideology, but I don't know whether that's enough to beat the competition, especially since people might think it somewhat Australian, rather than universal.
Peter Hans van den Muijzenberg, 12 November 2010