Monday, November 9, 2009


I've enabled Google Adsense on this blog. I think that I might earn as much as 10¢ per month off the ads, so it isn't for the income of the thing. Rather, it is simply a matter of principle. With the increasing hostility toward earners in our nation these days, I wanted to do something to affirm Capitalism.


Bart Barber said...

It might not last. I see that the first ad panel includes "Become a Clergymen." I like neither the concept (Internet-order ordinations?) nor the total absence of grammatical proofreading. I might not be able to stand this for very long, principles or no principles.

Tim G said...

You are cracking me up! AMEN!

cameron coyle said...

The "Be Healthy, Be Wealthy" ad looks promising. If only there were a link on here for ordering specially blessed prayer cloths...

Baptist Theology said...

All the ads are about earning money at home and so on. Are you sending me a message?

Wade Burleson said...


I ignored the ad for the Mormons and their website at

I just want you to know that I will cooperate with Baptists who believe in the equality of women, Baptists who have a different view from me on spiritual gifts, Baptists who are differ from me on soteriology, ecclesiology and eschatology--

But I draw the line at Mormonism.

Were it not for the seemingly separation in fellowship initiated by you toward me and other Baptists who differ from you, I might have to separate from fellowship with you over this Mormon fiasco.



P.S. Just havin a little fun with you.

Bart Barber said...


I really want to thank you for catching that. I will not tolerate that. The ads are gone. I have already made my snarky point about Capitalism anyway.

As for who excludes whom, I direct the readers to the minutes of the Southern Baptist Convention Annual Meeting. One will find no record of me mentioning you.