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IRS Surrenders: Time For Churches to Get ‘Political’

auntiesamm Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 11:08 AM
This has always been a left-wing liberal lie. But, it sure scared many pastors and churches from being too "political" and fearful. How convenient the IRS didn't make this known months ago when it would have changed the face of this campaign. Our pastors have always told us to exercise our right to vote, and vote for Biblical truths which I have done all my life. I do not need anyone to tell me what my heart and mind know is right and truthful. I serve a loving God and I love my country!
Carl469 Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 7:03 PM
You don't need a preacher to tell you who to vote for during services. Good. We are in agreement.
Beethovens10th Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 3:19 PM
It STILL scares a lot of them. It's quickly becoming a litmus test for me to determine if a minister is faithful to the word of God; especially the more evil society becomes. If he fears man over God, he is an impostor and fit for Hell.

The jig is up. The news is out. Pastors across America have called the left’s bluff. The empty words “separation of church and state” – a phrase found nowhere in the U.S. Constitution – have lost their sting.

Yes, “separation” still applies, but only insofar as it requires the state to remain separate from the church. That is to say, that government not interfere with the free exercise of either speech or religion.

For decades, hard-left anti-theist groups like the ACLU, People for the American Way (PFAW) and Barry Lynn’s Americans United (AU) have employed a cynical disinformation scheme...