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Crosses.txt

Christian Crosses v1.0
Freeware from UnAuthorized Type

When 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 at the bottom.

You use this font in any way that you see fit. If you distribute it, I would like for this text file to accompany it. (That's just so they know who made it.) You may distribute it on CD, disk, or any other medium, but you may not sell it.

UnAuthorized Type features the creations of:
Ben McGehee
[email protected]

http://www.latech.edu/~bmcgehee/untype/index.htm
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crosses ii.txt

Christian Crosses II v1.0
Freeware from UnAuthorized Type

This is the follow-up to Christian Crosses. I have been wanting another font for a while now, but didn't have enough crosses. A man named Paul Kiler, who runs Art as Servant in CA and AZ, sent me an e-mail saying he had lots of crosses. He then copied many of them and sent them to me. I have picked out some of my favorites for this font.

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 variety of crosses. Almost half of the these are original creations by Paul Kiler, who has given me permission to use them in a font. The other half are crucifixes, Chi Rho's, and some of my favorites.

Paul Kiler's statements, which apply to lowercase letters:
"All designs are copyright Art As Servant.
"They can be used by permission by Ben McGehee, UnAuthorized Type, for the construction and dissemination as type fonts/dingbats"

You use this font in any way that you see fit. If you distribute it, I would like for this text file to accompany it. (That's just so they know who made it.) You may distribute it on CD, disk, or any other medium, but you may not sell it.

UnAuthorized Type features the creations of:
Ben McGehee
[email protected]

http://members.xoom.com/UAtype/index.htm
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crosses iii.txt

Christian Crosses III v1.0
Freeware from UnAuthorized Type

This another in my Christian Crosses series. Most of these crosses came from Paul Kiler, who runs Art as Servant in CA and AZ. He has copied many of his favorites from his collection and sent them to me. I have picked out some of my favorites for this font.

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 variety of crosses. You use it in any way that you see fit. If you distribute it, I would like for this text file to accompany it. (That's just so they know who made it.) You may distribute it on CD, disk, or any other medium, but you may not sell it.

UnAuthorized Type features the creations of:
Ben McGehee
[email protected]

http://members.xoom.com/UAtype/index.htm
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crosses iv.txt

Christian Crosses IV v1.0
Freeware from UnAuthorized Type

This another in my Christian Crosses series. Most of these crosses came from the books in Paul Kiler's collections, who runs Art as Servant in CA and AZ. He has copied many of his favorites from his collections and sent them to me. I have picked out some of my favorites for this font.

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 variety of crosses. For the most part, the upper case characters are straight-edged fonts, while the lowercase characters are extremely rough (I didn't touch them up much).

You use this font in any way that you see fit. If you distribute it, I would like for this text file to accompany it. (That's just so they know who made it.) You may distribute it on CD, disk, or any other medium, but you may not sell it.

UnAuthorized Type features the creations of:
Ben McGehee
[email protected]

http://uatype.faithweb.com/index.htm
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crosses v.txt

Christian Crosses V v1.0
Freeware from UnAuthorized Type

This another in my Christian Crosses series. This is a random assortment of crosses that I have either seen on the Internet, been given by people, or drawn myself when I should have been paying attention in class. Many of them I really like, some of them are just OK, but you should be able to find a cross for about any occassion between these are all my other Christian Crosses fonts.

The people who have assisted me in my search include, but are not limited to: Kathryn Nordvedt, Deb Dunbar, Jami at TTR, Deacon Joe, Jax Carver, Studio Bob, smatilla, and Rise Briggs.

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.

You may use this font in just about any way that you see fit (see above). If you distribute it, I would like for this text file to accompany it. (That's just so they know who made it.) You may distribute it on CD, disk, or any other medium, but you may not sell it. Please do not alter the file in any way, or use this font to create a derivation without prior approval from me.

UnAuthorized Type features the creations of:
Ben McGehee
[email protected]

http://uatype.faithweb.com/index.htm
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Character Map

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Christian Crosses character map

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