Via Dan Lyke, this story seems to be making the rounds: Christian Salt.
“I said, ‘What the heck’s the matter with Christian salt?'” Godlewski said, sipping a beer in the living room of his home… “This is about keeping Christianity in front of the public so that it doesn’t die. I want to keep Christianity on the table, in the household, however I can do it.”
We could just say he was confused. Or, more likely, cynical. Last I checked, Christianity was in no danger of dying out. And tagging music or food with the “christian” label never seemed like a good way to actually be a Christian. But I do think he’ll make plenty of money from all the publicity he is getting. (That, and any anti-semitic foodies will buy the stuff in bulk.)