Alabama law criminalizes charity, bishops' suit says
On a sofa in the hallway of his office here, Mitchell Williams, the pastor of First United Methodist Church, announced that he was going to break the law ...
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Since: May 08
#1 Aug 14, 2011
from Bend Bulletin:
"'I understand legally where theyre coming from,' he said, pointing out that obeying government laws was a biblical command.'But spiritually, I have to do what God calls me to do.'"
God "spiritually" calls you to break His own biblical commands?
BTW, obeying gov't laws still is a biblical command.
#2 Aug 15, 2011
This isn't about good deeds. It's about dollars in collection plates.
If the church wants a voice, and it obviously does because it's using the Peoples' courts as a venue, its tax-exempt status needs to come into question.
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