Several years ago the O. C. Supertones had two great songs that bemoaned the shallow state of contemporary theology, which they called "bumper sticker doctrine. (Silly statement in part since all of the Supertones songs are great songs, but...)
One song was called Escape from Reason: "Tell me who will listen to uneducated congregants And why should they when all we have to say is Bumper sticker doctrine and cute catch phrases Does this amaze us that no one will take us seriously."
The other was Return of the Revolution: "Our hearts have grown so cold and we’ve such numb souls But shirts and bumper stickers man we got ’em by the truckload Is true religion what you have around your wrist What does the scripture say of this They honor me with words but their hearts are far away I call ’em like I see ’em and that’s what I see today."
Sadly, things have only gotten worse since then. The internet is full of all these cute little sayings and pictures that are supposed to be inspiring; at lease I think they are. Some of it just plain insane and I don't think anyone takes them serisouly. Timothy Dalrymple recently posted what he called "Twelve Terrible Facebook