Church Inc

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  1. Salty

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  2. Zenas

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    I would say this guy has an agenda and he has really stretched some legal principles to support said agenda.

    I agree with his point about staying out of debt but alas that is not always possible.

    As for his concept of the "New Testament Church" I guess he's right, they did not incorporate. But I don't recall reading anything in the Bible about the N.T. churches having electric lights and Power Point projectors either.
     
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    Article sounds like fear instead of faith.
     
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    I think this is probably an American (U.S.) thing. I have never come across a church in this country which is "incorporated", though of course there may be some - unlike our great God, I am not omniscient! :)
     
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    Is your church inc?

    if so, why
    if not, why not?
     

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