Is same-sex marriage battle behind attack on Hawaiian churches?
Hawaii atheists have accused five island churches of intentionally filing false paperwork to pay less for the schools they rent from the stateâ€™s Department of Education (DOE).
Those involved, though, are questioning the atheistsâ€™ motives: Could the legal attack be tied to the churchesâ€™ outspoken support for biblical marriage?
Mitch Kahle and Holly Huber, members of Hawaii Citizens for the Separation of Church and State, filed the suit after a year of intensive research, trying to catch churches in wrongdoing. The couple claim the churches intentionally underpaid $5.2 million in rent to the school system....
Thomas the Doubter wrote: Even nonChristians get it. Right John?
Just who do you think you are anyway to state categorically that I am not a Christian? Just because I don't attend an Evangelical Protestant Church does not mean that I am not really Born Again. If I followed the Baptist teaching on salvation and embraced Jesus as Savior then according to Baptist teaching I am saved irrespective if I don't attend an Evangelical Protestant Church.