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Sarah Pulliam Bailey

Sarah Pulliam Bailey

Sarah Pulliam Bailey is a national correspondent for RNS, covering how faith intersects with politics, culture and other news. She previously served as online editor for Christianity Today where she remains an editor-at-large.

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  1. Brian Pellot

    I’m apparently nerdy enough to know that you’re not supposed to abbreviate Doctor Who as Dr. Who. “Doctor” is his first name, or something? I’m sure someone even nerdier will clarify :)

  2. I wrote about such exemptions in my blog this morning, but if there is any good to come out of this, (most preachers are not as extreme in their beliefs of the IRS involvement in the church…I asked for the moon in that blog) thus… THIS may be the warning shot that will wake them up to the fact that they are about to leave Kansas for good.
    Church, you have the right to remain silent… here is your 501c3 status.Translation: “Church, shut up, sit down and if you are good boys and girls, we will give you a special tax-free status.”
    See writing at the following link: http://www.monicaboyer.com/church-you-have-the-right-to-remain-silent-here-is-your-501c3-status/

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