At the time the First Amendment was framed, the founders defined “religion” as “a belief in the being and perfections of God, in the revelation of His will to man, in man’s obligation to obey His commands.” However, in the early 1960s the Court decided to change the meaning of the First Amendment and the definition of religion. Now religion means whatever you want it to be, even if you deny God.
Atheism, secular humanism, scientology and universalist unitarianism are religions. Even satanic and wiccan groups are now viewed as religious groups.
These new religions (that are actually anti-religion) now benefit from the Biblical tax exempt status the founders set forth for Christian churches. “You are also to know that you have no authority to impose taxes, tribute or duty on any of the priests, Levites, musicians, gatekeepers, temple servants or other workers at this house of God” (Ezra 7:24).
Atheism denies the existence of God, is Biblically tax exempt, and is recognized by the Courts as a religion. Since prayer and the Bible are no longer allowed in our schools, where are the social activists screaming for “separation of church and state?” After all, no one is practicing religion in our schools, so that means atheism is being practiced, wouldn’t you agree? This decision by the Courts needs to be repealed, so these satanic groups can no longer benefit from being Biblically tax exempt!
God’s Word is being perverted today for the financial gain of satanic groups while the righteous remain silent. It’s no wonder our nation is cursed financially, drowning in over $20 trillion in debt. Sadly, many of God’s people claim to have a Biblical worldview, but very few are willing to speak, teach, and preach in defense of His Word.
I will be sending this letter out to President Trump, our Congressmen, Senators, and Supreme Court Justices, in faith, leaving the result up to God and His glory.
“Our society strives to avoid any possibility of offending anyone—except God.” Billy Graham
Tom Hughes, President
“In all your ways, acknowledge Him…” Proverbs 3:6