A friend set up a charity – 85% goes to good causes. But those causes are not the ones he says he’s going to fund. He’s taking money from people who think they are funding Christian Fundamentalist issues and actually helping people – homeless, poor, sick… is it wrong to dupe the bad Christians?
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They could get in BIG trouble federally for this.
It’s only *slightly* morally wrong.
But it might well be *criminally* wrong.
Say Jesus spoke to you and put it in your heart to fund raise from them.
That’s all you need to say to be accepted.
As a Christian, no. I think it’s funny and it’s helping people.
Yes, that is called fraud.
Fuck the fundos
If he’s actually helping people, I don’t see a problem with that. Heck, that would be a bigger reason for me to give money to the charity!
excellent question, i haven’t got a good answer. i’ll suggest that ‘the ends justify the means’ is how everyone rationalizes any wrong doing that they allow themselves to do and i’d always be careful when you start to think that you’ve got the right reasons for doing something wrong
This is fraud, he can get in big trouble for this.
Like a few years in prison trouble.
Based as fuck.
That actually not duping them at all. That is doing the exact things Jesus says to do. So those “Christian” Fundamentalists would be in complete agreement with all of it.
Don’t confuse their pretty little minds with details like that. They have books to burn, lies to post, and bigots to support and I am sure they are happy to let others handle the little things like the beatitudes.
So, he setup a shell charity or entity to specifically target ‘bad Christians’ as a donor base, to then do social services and outreach to homeless people? That is inconsistent as a vibe and sounds like pure bullshit. He could donate to Catholic Charities or something if he was concerned about different things. I’m not religious and evangelicals and fundamentalists suck, but this is a troll question, straight up.
What’s that other 15% going towards? His pocket right? Fucked up man. And shouldn’t a core fundamental of Christianity be helping people? I see no problem there.
this is fraud and nobody deserves it
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