Or because he/she runs a shop, a business, and stocks things that customers like to buy.paradiziac said:Presumably he sells the product because he's a believer ...
My local bookshop has a 'religions' section where there are books about lots of different beliefs.
Is it necessary for the staff (or even the owner) to believe in any of them to sell the books?
I am sure (actually I know) there are vegetarians working in places where meat is sold.
In every area of retail there are businesses that sell some products that their staff (and owners) may not have any liking for, or personal belief in.
Why does the hi-fi shop have to be an exception?