New Zealand Church Can’t Find Advertising Regulations in King James’ Edition

by Patrick Devlin In America, where Christians have the hobby of lobbying the courts and their legislators for all kinds of special treatment, the faithful, with little green papers stamped with the words “in god we trust” in their pockets, listen to all sorts of self-appointed (and often finely appointed) ministers who advise the poor and sick that god really wants them to be wealthy and healthy, and who promise they can be all helpy – while separating the faithful from their dollars in a manner that’s stealthy. In New Zealand, where the government attempts to encourage even those who […]

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