Ever notice how when tradgedy strikes everyone gets real spiritual? Especially when it strikes their wallet. Well look how interesting the headlines are today.
Pastors, rabbis, imams, gurus and pious lay people have all discovered the power of the video pulpit. With YouTube, clerics of all stripes can spread the word beyond otherwise tiny flocks. Time.com offers a glimpse into the world of online evangelism. full story
Maybe We Should Blame God for the Subprime MessImages.com / Corbis
Has the so-called Prosperity gospel turned its followers into some of the most willing participants — and hence, victims — of the current financial crisis? That’s what a scholar of the fast-growing brand of Pentecostal Christianity believes. While researching a book on black televangelism, says Jonathan Walton, a religion professor at the University of California at Riverside, he realized that Prosperity’s central promise — that God will “make a way” for poor people to enjoy the better things in life full story here
So, where does God fit in your budget?