Domain Imagineer Responds to Texas Church Shooting

As tensions between Church and State evolve, Domain Imagineer hopes to foster healing via online debate platforms where people can express their views to find acceptable and effective solutions. To achieve this end, Domain Imagineer has lowered domain name prices and pledged 10% of net proceeds from domain sales (through November 30, 2017) to relevant Texas charities.

Akiva David, Peabody-nominated radio host, chaplain, and spiritual scholar, established Domain Imagineer to empower social advocates and political watchdogs with imaginative domain names to attract followers and to create positive social, political, cultural, and religious dialogue.

Akiva believes, “Domain Imagineer has many spiritual-themed domain names in its current portfolio that can greatly facilitate the national debate about this tragedy, especially how spiritual expression and politics might play major roles in the gun control debate.” “Among our current portfolio,” Akiva says, “Divine Souls Matter, Bible Hate Speech, What Do I Do God, Perceive God, and Reality Faith are excellent domain names that are well suited for political causes and pundits alike to impact this narrative.”

Domain Imagineer supports domain name purchases with diverse, innovative services to ensure maximum market impact. For an idea about how Domain Imagineer can help enlarge and enliven your expression, visit

About Akiva David

Akiva David commenced his legal career at top law firms in Palo Alto and New York City counseling diverse growth companies in regulated industries. He holds degrees from Johns Hopkins (BA), University of Michigan Law School (JD), and Princeton Theological Seminary (M.Div). He also diversified his training and experience to provide holistic counseling services through his unique pastoral care practice to allow clients and businesses to utilize his spiritual scholarship to achieve their business objectives.

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