Christianity is Cheaper


Hemant Mehta (The Friendly Atheist) linked this quirky article. Christianity is gaining a following among impoverished minorities in Cambodia, because it’s “cheaper” to practice than indigenous faiths. Hemant isn’t impressed, but we find the story strangely evocative (Hebrew 10:1-10, John 2:13-16, Luke 14:28-33, Luke 22:35-36).


Charlie Clark

Charlie Clark lives in his hometown of Murfreesboro, Tennessee with his wife Sarah. An alumnus of Dartmouth College and the University of Tennessee College of Law, he works in his family’s fourth-generation scrap metal recycling business. Charlie is a founding editor of Fare Forward and chairman of its board of directors.