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Revolt Church Tax Exempt Status

Larue4 Wrote: May 01, 2012 12:24 PM
What are you talking about, Hektor? Are you are saying that bureaucrats are deciding whether religious instituions can maintain their tax-exempt status by whether or not the bureaucrat determines whether their speech is political or religious? Where did you get your information, or did you just make it up? Based on your statements, the pastor above should have just lost his tax-exempt status.

Famed Pastor Joel Osteen captivated and overwhelmed our nation’s capital this past weekend with more than 40,000 people at the Washington Nationals baseball stadium. His prosperity message was in full gear when he delivered his feel-good sermon to the faithful.

In an interview with Oprah, Osteen—who also recently served as guest chaplain at the House of Representatives, by invitation from Representative Jackson-Lee—indicated that homosexuality is a sin and seemed quite uncomfortable saying so. He quickly added that homosexuals would be welcome in Heaven just as people who commit other sins will be welcome.

What he did not emphasize...