corporations are, what did you say?

Does a corporation make a product for sale? Does a church make a product for sale?
Clearly there’s a distinction. Corporations manufacture products and/or services. In that sense they are one person, or many people, organizing together to sell product or service. Which is why the US courts should be able to recognize that churches are not corporations, unless its (a church’s) reason is to organize around selling. But, no, it does not do that. Is it to manufacture products or services? While churches organize, they neither create products nor services. But will the courts recognize this distinction? How about the courts? Are they corporations too since they are dispensing a service that is funded by a person or persons, paid for in dollars? No. Courts are neither. Lawyers are a paid-for service, and while courts require funding to operate, courts are a forum for discourse – not a product supplier!

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