By Moody Adams “More than 75,000 Americans have joined an online movement seeking the revocation of tax-exempt status from churches that were involved in the repeal of Maine's gay marriage law… "The IRS clearly forbids churches from participating in political campaigns in any form," the group asserts,” reports the Christians Post.
Maine’s Legislature legalized homosexual marriages in May. Then the voters repealed the law by 53 percent of the votes.
Now the Maine Marriage Equality is on a drive to get gay rights advocates to file an IRS complaint against churches that were a part of the effort that outlawed homosexual marriages.
I am sure if it works in Maine it will be tried in every state. If they succeed churches could refrain form preaching what the Bible says about this sin or loose their tax exemption.