Like most things in our capitalistic society, spirituality is often marketed as a commodity—a miracle product guaranteed to cure all ills. And since there are so many of these miracle products on the market, their "producers" often resort to all sorts of attention-getting gimmicks to find supplicants. While invoking a deity to make money may be morally questionable, it is indeed an age-old American tradition—one that often results in rather bizarre advertising.

Our first exhibit is none other than the master himself…

Next we have a Rev. Tilton in sheep's clothing, or perhaps a Tilton emulator…

 

 

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