Back in April, we spotted a holy ghost in the coverage of a Seattle CEO.
As you may recall, Gravity Payments founder Dan Price cut his own $1 million salary to pay all his employees at least $70,000 a year.
That post asked:
Could Price's weirdness have something to do with his Christian faith, if, as I am assuming, he is a Christian? A blurb on Seattle Pacific's website says one of the books that influenced him was"Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger."
My quick Googling didn't turn up any news reports that mention Price's religion. Nonetheless, I can't help but think a holy ghost might be haunting this story.
Three-plus months later, a GetReligion reader points us to an update from the New York Times.
Thank you for the tip, Christopher!
I must agree: This in-depth piece does a nice job of solving the faith mystery.