New churches: Faith and fraud - The Economist

New churches: Faith and fraud

New churches: Faith and fraud - The Economist
New churches: Faith and fraud
Published Sep 11, 2004
602 words — Published Sep 11, 2004
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Trouble at the booming end of British Christianity DOUGLAS GOODMAN started the Victory Christian Centre in a meeting room in north London 15 years ago. By 2001, the church had an income of ú3.5m ($5.9m). This week the Charity Commission...

  
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