Thou shalt not endorse

October 1996
Christian Century;10/16/96, Vol. 113 Issue 29, p958
Reports on the warnings issued by watchdog groups that churches risk losing their tax-exempt status if they endorse candidates for the November 1996 elections. Attempt to stop the Christian Coalition from supporting the Republican Party; Distribution of voter guides by religious groups to compare candidates' stands on various issues; Federal law barring nonprofit groups from involvement in political campaigns.


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