- Jun 3, 2007
- Reaction score
- Springfield, MO
File this under "weird news":
What think ye?It's the inspiration of Jim Henderson, a Seattle evangelical Christian, former pastor and self-described "spiritual anthropologist" who says it's past time Christians found out "what our true customers really think."
He came up with the Craigslist ad. As well as a Web site for ranking houses of worship, called ChurchRater.com.
"We say it's our mission to reach out, including to nonbelievers," Henderson, 62, says. "So why would we not want them to tell us what they think of our efforts to influence, change or even convert them?"