According to the IRS, 501c3 Christian churches, ministries, and organizations may NOT do the following:


1. Expose conspiracies.

2. Criticize the New World Order

3. Say or publish anything negative about ANY politician, Republican or Democrat.

4. Criticize government agencies and bureaus – the IRS, FBI, BATF, CIA, EPA, DEA, OSHA, DOJ, etc.

5. Criticize an institution of government such as the White House, the Congress, the Federal Reserve Board (even though this is a PRIVATE corporation) or the Supreme Court.

6. Encourage citizens to call or write their congressman, senator, governor, mayor, or other public official.

7. Criticize any proposed or pending bill or legislation that would take away the rights and freedoms of the people.

8. Make disparaging remarks about, or criticize, any other faith group, cult, or religion.

9. Expose or criticize the New Age Movement.

10. Support or encourage a law-abiding citizen’s militia (even though this is constitutional).

11. Support or encourage the Second Amendment, the right of the people to keep and bear arms.

12. Discourage young women from getting an abortion, or endorse the pro-life movement.

13. Teach that abortion, especially partial birth abortion, is murder and is the killing of innocent babies.

14. Identify homosexuality as a sin and an abomination to God.

15. Express an opinion on any subject or issue.

16. Appeal to peoples’ emotions by employing an evangelization method (such as “fire and brimstone” preaching) not considered a “reasoned approach” by the IRS.

17. Discuss or identify threats to Christianity.

18. Discuss subjects or topics the IRS deems “sensationalist.”

19. Criticize well-known public figures or institutions the IRS deems “worthy,” such as the super-rich elite, international bankers, the Hollywood movie industry, etc.

20. Publish or broadcast information on any topic without giving credence to the opposing viewpoints of Christ’s enemies.

21. Publish and offer books, tapes, or products that expose the elitist plot against humanity and God.

22. Criticize the Pope or the Vatican, or contrast the New Catholic Catechism with the truths found in the Holy Bible. (Note: only liberal churches are permitted by the IRS to criticize the Catholic Church).

23. Criticize the United Nations or such globalist groups as the Council on Foreign Relations, the Bilderbergers, and the Trilateral Commission.

24. Criticize the Masonic Lodge, the Order of Skull & Bones, or other Secret societies.

25. Highlight or otherwise bring attention to immorality of public officials or corruption in government.

26. Complain of government wrongdoing or injustice, such as happened at Waco, Ruby Ridge, and elsewhere.

27. Criticize the Jewish ADL or other Jewish lobby groups.

28. Say anything positive about the “religious right” or the “patriot movement.”

29. Support home schooling, home churches, or unregistered churches.

30. Spend money on missionary projects or charitable causes not approved by the IRS.

31. Promote or encourage alternative healthcare (herbs, vitamins, etc.).

32. Expose false teachings of any kind by anyone.

33. Support or encourage persecuted Christians suffering under anti-Christian regimes in Red China, Cuba, Russia, Israel, Saudi Arabia, the United States, and elsewhere.

34. Ordain a pastor whose training or qualifications are not approved by the IRS.

35. Advocate or teach any Bible doctrine that is politically or religiously incorrect, or is inconsistent with any “public policy” (abortion, feminism, gay rights, etc.) currently being enforced by the IRS.

Additional requirements for 501c3 churches are found in the Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service Publication 1826 (9-94) Cat. no. 21096G, churches must:

36. Have a recognized creed and “IRS approved form of worship.”

37. Have “IRS approved code of doctrine and discipline”.

38. Have ordained ministers educated in “state accredited colleges.”

39. Pastor must answer to the IRS as to “daily activities of the church.”

40. The IRS must be privy to “all financial transactions” of the church.

41. Pastor must supply “names of all donors” – make books, records available.

42. Be neutral on political issues.

43. Be engaged in activities furthering exclusively public purposes.

44. Open its services to the public.

45. Submit names of all church workers; pastors, teachers, clerks, counselors, educational directors, office help, associates, and maintenance personnel.

46. Not publicly oppose licensing of church ministries.

47. Give unlimited submission to civil magistrates pertaining to all laws – federal, state, and local – including public policy.

48. May only use “IRS approved” fundraising methods.

49. Pastor will be “called to account over any stand taken against the tax system.”

50. Church “must advocate and support racial integration.” (Multiculturalism)

51. May NOT engage in activities “opposing pornography.”

52. May NOT support legislation saying “children belong to parents” rather than “the state.”

53. May NOT form a Political Action Committee nor support legislation “opposing lotteries and gambling activity.”

54. May not “oppose the public school system.”

55. May “not publicly declare” we are to “obey God rather than the government.”

56. May Not advocate support of the United States or state constitutions as the supreme law of the land. (Public policy takes precedence.

A 508(c)(1)(a) FBO tax exemption stems from the First Amendment and is not a government subsidy. Some arguments have been presented supporting speech restrictions on politics and legislation for churches as necessary so government does not subsidize religion. This viewpoint does not comport by definition and is a well settled matter of case law.

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