In response to an earlier post (“WWJD”) on this blog, one of my readers wrote the following reply to someone else’s comment:
“@ > ‘tax-exempted entities’, …”
“IF IF IF you mean those 501 C3 type v. “NON 501 C3 or whatever the number is, churches, the only difference is just that, nothing else. I can go to either & get the same B.S. sermons. And, I say this because I have visited both types. Maybe I misunderstood your comment, if so, I apologize.”
Here’s my reply:
You apparently believe that all Christian churches deliver nothing but B.S. sermons. There’s a lot of truth to that, but it’s not entirely true. I attend a non-501(c)3 church each Sunday afternoon. The pastor is Eric Philpot, a former infantry captain in the U.S. Army.
I’ve attended his “Cross Life Church” for about four months. The meetings are held at a local hotel conference room, and typically attract an audience of 25 to 50 people.