Some Harvard Divinity School students tell The New York Times that Crossfit and football are basically religions. That’s ridiculous.
Those who want to tax churches and religious non-profits seek nothing less than the end of the separation of church and state.
Love is love, except when a person loves their God and follows the tenets of their faith, evidently.
A call for ending tax exemptions for churches and religious institutions is a call to close them down—or at least to plunder them of their property.
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