Rants In Our Pants

PR Tip #27: Don’t Quote Christ In Your Press Release

Does quoting Jesus Christ as having recommended your product count as blasphemy?

By (@JRRaphael)

August 18, 2009

Jesus ApprovedSometimes, a press release comes our way that leaves us simply scratching our heads. Such is the case with this gem, sent out by an organization selling a book called A Course in Miracles:

A Rare Interview with Jesus Christ Himself In ‘A Course In Miracles’

In a private miracle healing session held today in Wisconsin Dells, WI, illuminate Course In Miracles teacher Clare Lamanna opened the meeting by entering into a silent dialogue with Jesus Christ.

Jesus reiterated his admonition to miracle workers to remain completely unconcerned about their abilities, and maintain a consistent trust in his. He recommended a re-reading by every Christian of his answer in the manual for teachers of A Course In Miracles.

What’s not clear is whether Mr. C’s recommending the hard cover edition ($12.98 plus shipping & handling) or the two-disc DVD set ($19.95 plus shipping & handling). He really ought to be more clear when endorsing products online.

Either way, one thing’s clear: We need to get some more impressive testimonials for eSarcasm. Wonder if Jim Morrison’s available.






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Comments

  • I'm speechless. Which means that A Course in Miracles practitioner will probably come by and heal me.

    • I think the deluxe soul-saving package actually runs about $24.95.

  • “What's that, Jesus? You think I'm the sexiest woman alive? Awwww, shucks!”

    • “you and mary magdelene, baby.” that's what jesus just told me.

  • “What's that, Jesus? You think I'm the sexiest woman alive? Awwww, shucks!”

  • “you and mary magdelene, baby.” that's what jesus just told me.







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