You might already know what that is because you are Christian, but for those that don't know, the St. Petrine Cross or The Cross of St. Peter is the inverted latin cross. The latin cross is the same cross used by Christianity, correct? So, with this, many Christians have come to consider The Cross of St. Peter to be a symbol of ant-religion or associated with Satanism. However, this is not meant to be the case. In Catholicism, the St. Petrine cross is not seen as Satanic. Pope John Paul II sat on a chair with the Petrine Cross inscribed on the back when he visited Israel.
I know this doesn't change much since it's still not "with God" but I just wanted to point out how the design is more neutral than anything else
And I also provide normal latin crosses in White just the black version is inverted