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Furry Bunnies, Pink Chicks, Costco Baskets, and Easter 1 Comment Read more »

Furry Bunnies, Pink Chicks, Costco Baskets, and Easter

What’s wrong with celebrating Easter with candy? I don’t think I every consciously thought about it this way, but I guess I pictured Jesus reacting to our Easter celebrations like a mother reacting to a child who complains about her cooking: guilt trip. I could…


God Blesses the Good Marketer Leave a comment Read more »

God Blesses the Good Marketer

Marketing success as a sign of God’s blessing in a free market culture. By Joseph Ellis There has been a pervasive myth in Protestantism that sprouted up in Europe shortly after denominationalism really started taking root, but has grown to full maturity in the United…


Religion: I'll buy that. 2 Comments Read more »

Religion: I’ll buy that.

Free Markets, Church, and Faith By Joseph Ellis I live in a small town in the state of Utah. I’m talking small, about 10,000 people. It’s called Heber, named after the Mormon apostle Heber Kimball; and its located east of the Salt Lake valley in…


Impotent Faith: Where is Christian America in Matters of Injustice? Leave a comment Read more »

Impotent Faith: Where is Christian America in Matters of Injustice?

Where is Justice? By Joseph Ellis I hear two sides of Christian faith predominantly being expressed these days. The first has to do with Christianity being an inward experience that changes people from the inside out. The second is what was once called the “Moral…


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Conflicted Feelings About Church.

How Then Shall We Live? By Joseph Ellis Just a couple years ago I could not have imagined being a person who does not belong to a church. It’s amazing how a series of events can transpire to where all of a sudden you’re in…