Looking for the best Puritan t-shirts on the interwebs? Seek and ye shall find! Click and the… uh… well, we don’t want to take it too far, now, do we? If you want the best Puritan shirts for people who love Reformed theology, Jesus Christ, and the God of the Scriptures, check these out.
10 Best Puritan T-Shirts
1. ‘Street Style – Anne Bradstreet Puritan T-Shirt
When renowned Puritan poet Anne Bradstreet kicks it, she’s kickin’ it ‘Street Style. A great gift to give in conjunction with The Works of Anne Bradstreet.
2. With An E Before It Was Cool – Anne Bradstreet T-Shirt
Anne Bradstreet had the E before it was cool. Like, way waaaay before. That’s #puritanlife for ya.
3. Owen It – John Owen Puritan T-Shirt
If John Owen is your favorite Puritan author, Owen it.
4. Do You Even Mortify? – John Owen Mortification of Sin T-Shirt
Straight out of a 21st-century-internet-native-LA-county-meme reading of Owen’s classic, The Mortification of Sin.
5. Progressive Pilgrim – John Bunyan Pilgrim’s Progress T-Shirt
A trendy homage to John Bunyan’s masterpiece of Puritan allegory. Riffing on the popularity of progressive politics, this shirt is a reminder that God measures progress by entirely different means.
Oh, and if you don’t want to sport John Bunyan’s mug, a text-only version of this shirt sans the portly Puritan can be had here.
6. Flavel Flav – John Flavel Puritan T-Shirt
7. John Bunyan Profile T-Shirt
The burly and mustachioed John Bunyan, in profile.
8. John Owen Profile T-Shirt
Wearing John Owen’s noble profile will make you look smarter and more theologically sound, guaranteed.
9. Richard Sibbes Profile T-Shirt
The author of The Bruised Reed, on a shirt. Yea and amen and a yeaaah buddy to that.
10. Spurgeon Is My Homeboy T-Shirt
Yeah, we know The Spurge isn’t technically a Puritan. But Spurgeon loved him some Puritans, and we love him, so we’re going to let everyone know that Spurgeon is our homeboy.
Bonus: Coffee, Books, & Jesus T-Shirt
Christians who love the Puritans tend to also love Jesus (duh!), books, and coffee. Honor the Giver of the gifts, and enjoy the gifts – soli deo gloria.