Matt Walsh is arguing against the cancer that is prosperity preachers and their focus on gaining earthly rewards through a belief in Jesus. Admirable as his motive is, obviously the irony of the the layaway of Paradise escapes him. At least the prosperity preachers have the observable though nebulous gauge of “prosperity” to measure their lies. But in Mr. Walsh’s theology the reward is given after death, and that makes it a little hard to authenticate whether the check of faith was honored or just a dud. Still, that’s why it’s called faith.