Christian Crusaders Cash In - 2011-09-06

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F0.png Christian Crusaders Cash In September 6, 2011, Rutherford Institute

Jay Sekulow Live — a call-in radio show sometimes produced at the Sekulow Media Group studio in the Factory in Franklin — draws millions of listeners. He's a regular commentator on Fox News and splits his time living between Franklin and the Washington, D.C., area. Attorneys from his two charities are suing to rescind national health-care reform and to block the proposed mosque near ground zero.

Along with its spiritual benefits, Sekulow's new calling has come with significant financial benefits.

Since 1998, the two charities have paid out more than $33 million to members of Sekulow's family and businesses they own or co-own, according to the charities' federal tax returns, known as form 990s. Jay Sekulow Live — a call-in radio show sometimes produced at the Sekulow Media Group studio in the Factory in Franklin — draws millions of listeners. He's a regular commentator on Fox News and splits his time living between Franklin and the Washington, D.C., area. Attorneys from his two charities are suing to rescind national health-care reform and to block the proposed mosque near ground zero.

Along with its spiritual benefits, Sekulow's new calling has come with significant financial benefits.

Since 1998, the two charities have paid out more than $33 million to members of Sekulow's family and businesses they own or co-own, according to the charities' federal tax returns, known as form 990s.

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{{cite news | title = Christian Crusaders Cash In | url = https://www.rutherford.org/publications_resources/tri_in_the_news/christian_crusaders_cash_in | work = Rutherford Institute | date = September 6, 2011 | accessdate = February 1, 2020 }}