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Money And Religion: The Greeks Got It Right. They Tax The Church.

The free tax ride for religious institutions in Australia is about 400 years past its use by date, argues Brian Morris. In 1587, Dr John Bridges coined the phrase “A fool and his money are soon parted”. Just 14 years later Queen Elizabeth the First issued her 1601 Statute on Charities making “the advancement of [...] The post Money And Religion: The Greeks Got It Right.
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