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Church Accounting: Open It To The Public!
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|Fri Jun 29, 2012||8:30 pm|
|Thu Jul 5, 2012||1:30 pm|
|Wed Oct 3, 2012||4:00 am|
|Wed Dec 26, 2012||4:00 am|
|Fri Dec 28, 2012||4:13 pm|
|Fri Aug 23, 2013||8:30 pm|
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|Wed Jan 29, 2014||4:27 am|
|Tue Mar 4, 2014||5:29 pm|
|Fri Apr 11, 2014||8:30 pm|
|Mon Apr 14, 2014||8:30 am|
|Wed Apr 16, 2014||8:30 am|
Nothing to hide then open your books!
Churches, unlike the many non-profits, are not [legally] required to disclose anything.
It is a perfect design for fleecing that can end up in lavish excess. Maybe your aunt Maude has fallen prey!
Just consider the PARSONAGE exemption: it resulted in an air-conditioned doghouse along with seven mansions for one minister & family.
If your jaw has not dropped, consider the twenty thousand dumped for a toilet – a real throne for another preacher.
True, ninety-two percent of congregations police their church finances and follow The Path.
However, high-fliers, like Benny Hinn – who literally jets about, put a strain on the social contract whereby taxpayers underwrite church expenses and expect societal good in exchange.
Bob Sidensticker - activist, blogger, and atheist – makes a compelling case. Churches have no GOOD reason to bar the public from their accounting.
Just how many Crystal Palaces should a taxpayer underwrite!