In case you missed it, for several days in May an image of Worldwide Church of God founder Herbert W. Armstrong's face popped up on the Drudge Report, the popular news and gossip site on the Internet.
In automatic rotation of at least three related images, the pics were part of an advertisement sponsored by the Philadelphia Church of God, based in Edmond, Okla.
Two of the images advertised free copies of Mystery of the Ages, by Mr. Armstrong. Another plugged a new book by Stephen Flurry, Raising the Ruins. Both are free from the PCG.
Drudgereport.com, is the brainchild of Matt Drudge of Miami, Fla., and is one of the most visited Web sites in the universe. It reached the one billion page-view mark in 2002, according to Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia. In 2006 Time magazine named Mr. Drudge as one of the 100 most influential people in the world.
For a review of Raising the Ruins, please see this issue of The Journal.