CultureJan 09, 2017 by Will Maule
An Indianapolis pizza guy is hoping to deliver customers a little bit of hope when he drops off their order. The Domino's employee reportedly gave several customers gospel tracts along with their orders, reports Christian News. However, many have spoken out against his actions.
“Honestly kind of fired up here,” customer Andrea Stone wrote on Facebook. “It’s unprofessional and downright rude to
The title of the pamphlet was “Eternal Life Is a Free Gift.” The pizza delivery employee, whose name is Steven, reportedly gave pamphlets to several of his customers. Christina Watson is another patron who complained after receiving the gospel tract.
“To just be on company time, to walk up and try to promote your version of Christianity or Catholicism or whatever your religious beliefs are, I find that invasive, I find it intrusive and I find it slightly rude,” Watson told reporters.
In response to the controversy, a Domino’s corporate spokesman issued a statement saying, “We are a publicly traded company that does not subscribe to or endorse any single religion.” Steven reportedly began handing out the tracts after being shot at on the job. The experienced drastically transformed his thinking about his
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