Drew Marshall’s Five Churches Experiment

A couple months ago, there was a Canadian radio host who decided to pay people to go to church.

The story was eerily familiar

You can see some media of the host talking about the experience on his site.

Did these people call my eBay auction a “bizarre online sale”?

I’ll take that as a compliment.

And I really need to burn that picture that makes it look like I’m in a wheelchair…

(Via Jim)

[tags]atheist, atheism, eBay, Drew Marshall, church[/tags]

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  • infideljoe

    I always thought you had to pay to go to church, this is a nice twist.
    I wish more christians were like Drew, “We hope and believe this stuff, but we not 100% sure.” Amen to that.

    I love how the lady talked about better marketing the faith. Yes, it is a business isn’t it.

  • Susan

    Aw, they didn’t plug YOUR book, Hemant!

  • Aw, they didn’t plug YOUR book, Hemant!

    No, they didn’t… I call shenanigans on them.

  • Tim D.

    I second those shenanigans.


    (that’s a great album, by the way).