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Response to sharkman25 (Reply #8)

Thu Oct 25, 2012, 11:06 PM

29. Non-profit organizations can qualify for tax exemption whether they are religious or not.

If your church is not a non-profit, then yes I do want you to have less to operate with, because I think those good deeds you are talking about are more of an afterthought than the actual mission of your church. If your church isn't non-profit then its mission is to make money for someone, and by that I don't mean the downtrodden.

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