Georgia Drops Demands for Pastor to Hand Over Bible and Sermons, Now Wants Minister Credentials, Salary
November 3, 2016
After nearly 40,000 people signed a petition to Georgia Governor Nathan Deal protesting against demands that a lay minister hand over his Bible and sermons, state officials have backed off to an extent, but are still making intrusive requests toward the pastor. A Family Research Council blog said that Walsh is still being asked to provide his credentials as minister; proof that he has served with the Seventh-day Adventist denomination; all contracts he has ever had with the Church; and details on how much he has been compensated for his sermons.
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