Columnist Cal Thomas thinks that restrictions on political speech in churches likely is unconstitutional. But he thinks that the law has “done churches a favor, however inadvertent, by protecting most of them from the downside of electioneering.” Thomas wrote: “Whether or not the law is repealed, churches and ministers would do better to keep their attention focused on the things above, rather than the things below, because politics can be the ultimate temptation and pollute a far superior and life-changing message.”
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