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Font Family nameChristian Crosses
Font Subfamily nameRegular
Unique font identifierMacromedia Fontographer 4.1 Christian Crosses
Full font nameChristian Crosses
Version string1.0 10/14/97
Postscript nameChristianCrosses
Manufacturer NameUnAuthorized Type
DesignerBen McGehee
DescriptionWhen I was studying in Rome, I saw lots of churches. So I saw lots of crosses, too. I got really interested in the variety of crosses that churches had -- from very ornate to plain and simple. But I had never made a dingbat font, so I didn't want to try. Then I saw in the newsgroups that someone was looking for one, and no one had a good one. So I went ahead with it. 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 wide variety of crosses. Some traditional and some not. I have included some Celtic crosses, an Assisi cross (a Greek Tau), some crosses that were cut out of wood, and some that I just thought looked neat. I would like to find more crosses, and make another font with those. If you know of any that I didn't include, but are cool, tell me about them. My e-mail is included.
URL Vendorhttp://www.latech.edu/~bmcgehee/untype/index.htm
URL Designermailto:bmcgehee@engr.latech.edu



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