Soon thereafter, several pieces of legislation were promulgated, and some powerful United States Supreme Court decisions were handed down, to maintain the separate and coequal sovereign status of the Church.
Many churches in America today have unknowingly and unwittingly opted for the dreaded 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status of the Internal Revenue Code.
Small wonder that secular indoctrination works wonders upon us when it competes with the Word of God.
We have become a nation of laws and a government of men.
And I have made a law - a supreme law - identifying the fact that I cannot interrupt, intercede, or interfere with your affairs.
As if the supreme law of the land was insufficient, the Congress of the United States passed Public Law 97-280 in October 1982, which declared the Holy Bible as the Word of God.
WHEN IN DOUBT STAY THE HELL OUT AND QUIT BOTHERING ME.
And, in America today, did you know that once an ecclesiastical tribunal (church court, that is) has made a decision, no civil court can disturb such decision?
We cannot afford to be ignorant of our basic rights.
I expect these people to read, examine and analyze these articles, findings, congressional debates, essays, reports, and decisions. Their lives are happier when they read such stupid reports over the Internet where pseudnyms and nom de guerre are used by scared writers wishing undeserved anonymity.
I notice a sickening habit instead – they wait to hear negative reports about Indian tribes. There ought to be a law to disembowel these psychos while they are being hanged!