I have some questions to ask a few preachers and churches.
Why is it that some churches and the preachers can talk about political issues and keep their tax-exempt status? When others of the church or its preacher would speak out on political issues, they would have their tax-exempt status taken away by the IRS.
Also, some of these preachers are even the head person of political organizations.
Again, how do they not have their IRS tax-exempt statuses taken away from them and their church? They need to talk about salvation instead of politics, and what Christ did on the cross for all people on earth.
— Annette Miller