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  1. Steph

    T.I. Miller is correct. Years ago someone encouraged me to read 501c3 law. If you’ve ever read a legal document, you understand that terms and parties are identified in the very beginning. If I am recalling correctly, in the case of 501c3, the state is called “Sovereign”. Should the Church be under any other Sovereign other than the Lord Jesus Christ? Sadly, the churches were enticed financially by various entities to sign on. A few non-501c3 churches do exist, but they are very few and far between.

  2. T. I. Miller

    Many American liberties are but one vote away from being taken away by the SCOTUS. Not wanting to hasten the increase of persecution against Christians is why so many evangelicals voted for Trump. The church has indeed entangled itself with the secular state. It is absolutely urgent that every individual church investigate the 501C3 laws. See if you agree that you can keep your Constitutional tax exempt status without it. Without it your not unequally yoked with hostile government regulations. Without it you have increased your liberty of freedom of religion. When a church is sued by anti biblical persons it is the singular avenue of legal standing in the courts. Did you know that 3 of the original 13 colonies by state law its illegal for a church to incorporate? Why, because the church is Christ’s body and not a business.

  3. Jeffry

    The Constitution of our Republic written by the founding fathers allows freedom of worship in its First Amendment. It should never be stopped by any person in the Government for any reason. It stands on its own merits. Legislators can not change it. The Supreme Court of America has spoken. Stand up for the freedom of worship you Christian leaders and pray!

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