Tuesday, May 21, 2002

The New York Times reports on "megachurches":

Southeast Christian is an example of a new breed of megachurch — a full-service "24/7" sprawling village, which offers many of the conveniences and trappings of secular life wrapped around a spiritual core. It is possible to eat, shop, go to school, bank, work out, scale a rock-climbing wall and pray there, all without leaving the grounds.

The article doesn't discuss whether banking services are limited to checking deposits and the like, or whether credit card cash advances and other moneylending services are also available.


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