Thanks for bringing this up. I too have heard and read different things about his work and product marketing - of which I’ve happily purchased a lot of. Keep it coming! I personally do not believe he is a hack. In my opinion his work reflects his beliefs and experiences, all of which I think he firmly believes in and stands behind.
This site, his courses, his videos, and his interviews all demonstrate to me that he is genuinely sincere as well as brave. What person would put themselves out there for ridicule if they weren’t 100% sure in what they believe. He’s more sincere and genuine than most of the televangelists on TV today begging for money to support their ministry so that they can reach people in a country on the other side of the world. I’m all for missionaries, including the missionary position, but EA’s work is designed for and reaches me! That’s what makes it personal and I love him for that.
Like televangelists, EA Koetting has a ministry too. One that is making a difference in the lives of those who believe and practice what he teaches. He has gone to great lengths and expense to make his message accessible to anyone seeking it. But just like any religion, movement, product, message, or Amway marketing pitch, it’s not meant for everyone. And there will be jealousy, envy, and attack from those who should just walk away and look elsewhere for what they seek. No harm no foul. One shouldn’t try to change the messenger just because they don’t like the message.
The biggest challenge for EA is not to prove his message. He’s already done that. His challenge is being able to rise above the condemnation, unbelief, and ridicule of the naysayers (for whom his message was not meant) so that he can stay on track and continue the path he was destined to walk. It can’t be easy being him.
He obviously has my full support!