Ray Comfort wants to treat you to a free dinner at Red Lobster.
Does he have an ulterior motive?
In any case, he’s trying to cover his bases this time around:
It’s not a publicity stunt (it would be a pretty pathetic one). There is no ulterior motive. We care about you and want to show that our love is not just words. We won’t enclose a gospel tract, follow up with literature, or show up at your door for a meal. Neither will we keep your address or sell it to some mailing list.
For those of you who said nasty things about this offer, you are still welcome to send your name and address. It’s only for atheists, it is confined to the United States, and expires on March 1st. Please format your name and address as you would on an envelope (3-4 lines, caps/lower case, etc.) and send it to: email@example.com
Hmm… now, we have an ethical dilemma:
Do you take the free food despite knowing where it comes from, or do you resist on principle?
The coupon would do vegetarians no good. But for the rest of you: What do you do?