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Members Of Congress Blast IRS For Denying Tax-Exempt Status To Christian Nonprofit, Churches Could Be Next

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“If the IRS applied this interpretation broadly, it would jeopardize the tax-exempt status of thousands of Christian churches across the country.”

By Jon Brown

Several Republican members of Congress accused the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) last week of blatant political bias by denying tax-exempt status to a Christian nonprofit, and warned the decision could set a precedent for taxing churches.

In May, the IRS denied a request for tax-exempt status from the Texas-based group Christians Engaged, stating that the “Bible’s teachings are typically affiliated with the Republican Party and candidates.”

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