Cross Pack 1

While it's not the only religion to make use of crosses, Christianity has created a number of variations of the basic cross to represent different things. This pack contains ten cross designs, all of which are variations of the standard Latin Cross.

Anchor Cross
While this design takes Hebrews 6:19 a bit literally, the original reason for it was fairly dark. In Christianity's early days, believers were heavily persecuted. This led to the use of various signs that they could hide in plain sight. Most people would see the anchor and assume that it was a reference to fishing or dock work. Christians, on the other hand, could see the cross hidden in the design.


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Budded Cross
The ends of this cross are meant to resemble a flower that is only starting to bloom. Thus, this design represents people who are new to the Christian faith, and are just beginning their walk with Christ.


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Calvary Cross
Although this cross gets its name from the location where Jesus was crucified, it's actually a reference to 1 Corinthians 13:13. Each step represents one of the qualities mentioned in that verse.


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Celtic Cross
This fancier cross can be said to be a combination of a Latin cross and another symbol: A circle is sometimes used to represent God the Father (or more specifically, eternity).


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Eastern Orthodox Cross
Some parts of Christianity attest that the original cross had a footrest. This variation of the Latin Cross includes the footrest and the board above the crossbeam, which is where the message mocking Jesus' status as the King of the Jews was displayed.


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Fleuree Cross
If the Budded Cross represents a new believer, this design, with its blooming flowers, represents someone that has matured in their faith.


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Latin Cross
The "default" cross used in Christianity. Most alternative cross designs either add to this basic design or adapt it in some manner.


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Marriage Cross
Christians view marriage as a partnership involving three people: the husband, the wife, and Jesus Himself. The inclusion of the Latin Cross in the rings highlights how Jesus is both a witness to the couple's union and a part of it.


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Nativity Cross
Just about everyone knows the story: the night Jesus was born, a new star appeared in the heavens and shown brighter than any before it. By stretching the star into a cross, this design connects it with Jesus in a more obvious way.


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Passion Cross
By sharpening the ends of a Latin Cross, this design reminds us of the pain and suffering that Jesus endured to save us.


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