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Pastor to Taunt IRS Over Free Speech

Debra129 Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 1:15 PM
you are not with me because I do not want the churches to pay. I have been involved in church budgets and they are not making money. they do not sell a product. what would you tax them on? nope the Founding Fathers had it right and you have it wrong.
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Pastor to Taunt IRS Over Free Speech

Debra129 Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 1:11 PM
I had this discussion with a friend about the adding and deleting. if you read where this comes from it is from the Book of Revelation. one book in the Bible that states not to add or subtract from that book, not the whole Bible. The bible is a compilation of gospels put together at the Council of Nicaea and was just random bits of paper put together by men. what about all of the gospels that were not included because these men didn't agree with them? I have been around Mormons for years. they are good decent people and Mitt Romney is a good decent man. the Constitution states that religion should not be used in the election process. you sound like you are channeling the disagreements when JFK ran. can't you see how blind you are?
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Pastor to Taunt IRS Over Free Speech

Debra129 Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 1:05 PM
Last week I heard about an amendment that started all of this IRS and 501c issues. It is called the Johnson amendment of 1954. this amendment is unconstitutional and that is why they are sending their sermons to the IRS. Go read this amendment that LBJ added just because he was angry at 2 of his fellow Texans. http://www.speakupmovement.org/church/LearnMore/details/5252 The Johnson Amendment was added to the tax code as a result of the political machinations of Lyndon B. Johnson who was running for reelection to the United States Senate. One scholar who studied this extensively concluded that the Johnson Amendment "is not rooted in constitutional provisions for separation of church and state….
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