Candace Cameron Bure is selling a $65 Bible. Apparently, you can't be a Christian for less than that.
"There's nothing I cherish more than the words inspired and breathed out by the one true God." -Candace Cameron Bure
Actress Candace Cameron Bure recently published her own Bible, and she is selling it for $65 on Dayspring, and $50 on Amazon.
She has been bouncing in excitement over this 1500+ page book, which will bring you closer to God. All you have to do skip buying diapers for a few weeks, not pay a cable bill, and skip a decent meal with your spouse on date night.
Purchasing this Bible will give you Jesus, and give Candace a new car, and maybe a down payment on another mansion.
The really sad part about all of this is, people are actually spending this much on her book! It's more proof that the Christian RELIGION is nothing more than a business (which needs to be TAXED). There is no faith in religion. It's all money to these people. The last I checked, Jesus didn't care about money. In fact, He didn't hang out with the rich and famous. He hung out with the poor, the lame, and the prostitutes. Those were his target audience. He fed them what they really needed, and that was hope.
I don't identify as a Christian, because people like Candace have made Christianity look like a money-obsessed business, with a cult-like personality. Do I believe in God? Yes. However, I don't go to Church because I think Church has been perverted. They aren't teaching the right message, and they are stealing money from gullible followers.
There is no excuse for Candace Cameron Bure to be charging this much money, when she is worth over $10 million. It sounds to me like she is indulging in some monetary gluttony. It's really sad that she is scamming her fans like this. If she wanted to be a true Christian, she wouldn't have sold her Bibles for $50+. That is highway robbery. I can buy 20 Bibles from Walmart for that much.
Shame on you, Candace!
By the way, Jesus will love anyone the same, even if you have a Bible from Walmart or the Dollar Store. Don't spend outrageous amounts of money because some "celebrity" like Candace pressured you into it.
Shauna S has been an online content provider since 2010. Her work has been featured on AOL, Yahoo, Helium, Examiner, Bubblews, Hubpages, and more. Just like all of you, while I'd like to ignore pop culture, I just can't get enough of it.