I mean like commercials for the new improved KJV or postage-paid postcards for Budda that fall all over the floor when you pick up your Time magazine. Maybe a billboard of the last dinner with the slogan “You’re Invited!” Daren Stevens could have a field day with this stuff, and judging by the success of the omelette maker* infomercial, people will buy [into] just about anything as long as it’s on TV.
Zealots of many religions seem hell-bent (har!) on “selling” us their ideas. Why are there no commercials on TV with sparkling personalities trying to win us over? If it could work by knocking on doors, why not just broadcast it right into your living rooms:
Holywood personality: The NEW Catholic church! Eating meat since 1966!
The first 20 matches to the word “bible” at Amazon.com don’t even return an actual bible. Lots of things like The PC Upgrade & Repair Bible and 30 Days to Understanding the Bible but no actual bibles.
You’d think if they really wanted to spread the word, the mass media would be the way to go. Maybe they could use “be all you can be” now that the army isn’t using it any more.
*[sub]A small folding plastic dish that costs $20.00, no kidding.[/sub]