So apparently today, September 30th, is blasphemy day, so I present you with the earliest known depiction of the blasphemy of Jesus.
Known as the Alexamenos graffito, it was discovered in 1857 in a house on the Palatine Hill, Rome. There is no clear date but it is roughly from 1st - 3rd century CE. It depicts Jesus on a cross with a worshiper, Alexamenos, at his feet. As you can see, Jesus has the head of a donkey (I think the worshiper should bear the donkey's head, or at least a donkey's ass, but I digress). The scraggly writing reads Αλεξαμενος ϲεβετε θεον, which roughly translates as Alexamenos worships god. Although it can be interpreted in several ways, it is clear that the "graffiti artist" is mocking Alexamenos and his worship of Jesus. So people 17 centuries ago found worshiping somebody on a torture device ludicrous too.