By: Lauren McDuffie The Johnson Amendment protects houses of worship from partisan politics. Repealing the amendment would have devastating consequences for the church as a prophetic voice in the public square.
By: Ferrell Foster The Johnson Amendment prohibits partisan political involvement by nonprofits and churches, protecting them from political manipulation. Rolling it back will harm churches and the U.S. political process.
By: Matt Sapp President Trump's executive order to instruct the IRS to overlook the Johnson Amendment raises the question of the church's role in shaping policy. Hint: It's not about fairness; it's about generosity.