From: Sean McCullough
To: William Putnam
Date: Feb 13 1998 7:25:05 pm
Subject: Case #5
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> SM>(Tan, however, is HONEST enough to admit its status as a profit busines
> SM>however. This does show in its favor.)

> Do you expect such a publishing house to be able
> to operate totally as non-prophet organization?
^^^^^^^
profit

The only non-PROPHET organization I know of is American Atheists!!   :-)

But, as far as completely non-PROFIT organizations go, you were saying:

(Symbol "!>" marks the spelling-corrected quote:)

!> Do you expect such a publishing house to be able to operate totally as
!> a non-profit organization??

> I know of NO publishing house, Catholic, Protestant
> or secular who are able to do this.

Check out Focus on the Family in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Their history is downright shady in some ways.

They are here in Colorado *precisely* because they can operate here as a
completely non-profit organization.

It is my understanding (I wasn't there) that Focus left California when
that State threatened them with taxation.

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