Hebrew Loaves and Fishes Green T-Shirt

Regular price $29.99
Sale price $29.99 Regular price $30.00

It’s the story of The Chosen in two letters.

Product Details

If we had to boil the whole story of The Chosen down to just two letters…well, that’s impossible. We couldn’t do it. But if we HAD to, then it would be the two Hebrew letters on this shirt, “he” and “bet.” Which happen to also be numbers, 5 and 2.

In the Gospels, a boy gave his lunch to Jesus—5 loaves and 2 fishes. It wasn’t much, but Jesus made it into a lot. Enough to feed more than 5,000 people. The same is true with The Chosen. It’s not humanly possible for us to tell a God-sized story. It’s way too tall of an order. But that’s okay. Like our show creator, Dallas, always says, “It’s not our job to feed the multitude. It’s only our job to provide the loaves and fishes.”

That’s why 5&2 shows up at the beginning of every episode—and now, on this shirt.


Product Details:

  • Adult sizing
  • Side seamed
  • 50/25/25 poly/Airlume combed and ring spun cotton/rayon
  • 40 singles
  • 3.8 oz.
Shipping Details

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Customer Reviews

Based on 246 reviews
Nicole C. (Chicago, US)
Great quality

Love how soft and wonderfully made this shirt is. It's also the perfect color and true to size.


Great conversation starter!! And so comfy, as all of The Chosen’s t-shirts are.


This shirt is so soft and comfortable. I want order another one I love it so much!


Fabric is lightweight and comfy.

Neil Z. (Artesia, US)
Gets questions whenever I wear it!

The shirt is well-made, and is true to size.
The fact is that I'm always asked about what it means when I wear it, which opens a conversation about 'The Chosen' :)