Alright... let's place our bets, folks... place our bets.
- How long before Outreach Marketing picks up this one just in time for a last-minute 2007 Easter campaign you can buy in a box for $777? (Man... just when I was wondering if we should recycle those oversized Da Vinci Code cards.)
- How many advertisements of books will we see in the next 30 days (that will be written and published in the next 30 days, as well) to refute these claims?
- I know Cameron is making a documentary, but is there enough time for Tom Hanks to grow out his hair again for a feature version?
Place your bets, folks... place your bets.
Disclaimer: In no way do I believe we shouldn't share the archeological facts that take care of all this sensationalism simply by being the truth. Obviously, the Easter season is a time when Christ-followers get to present the Good News of the Resurrection to people and so this will more than likely be something I'll have to address in our services.
What I do have a problem with, though, is how quickly we look for a hook to market our beliefs by being anti-something.
I guess I just did that in this post, didn't I?
(tip of the hat to Scott)