In-N-Out, the company that prints Christian bible verses on their product packaging, is owned by a person who does not follow the teachings of that bible they quote. Lynsi Snyder, the 36-year old billionaire heir to the In-N-Out empire, was recently given a score of 1 out of 5 for philanthropy by the Forbes 400 list. That’s the lowest score Forbes gives to the people they rank.
What people do with their money is up to them. However, when you claim to be such a strong follower of a religion that you print that religion’s beliefs on your company’s products, the stench of hypocrisy is impossible to overlook when you ignore one of the central tenants of that religion.