[%] Unhappy Campi

I read this this morning from Steve Camp, and it's a very hard look at something we might call "evangeconomics".

Very sobering for the Christian bookstore owner in all of us. Well, in me anyway.

Briefly, the other side of the coin is that there are mediums today that did not exist even 500 years ago, let alone 2000 years ago. For example, should we be worried about actually selling books about the faith rather than just giving them away? Or is Steve here worried that we are more concerned with unit sales than with God's truth? I think it is the latter, and I stand with him.