Liturgy

In ancient Athens there was no such thing as taxation. 661px-Saint_John_the_Evangelist_on_Patmos_of_ProtatThere was no income tax, no capital gains tax, no value added tax, no inheritance tax – no tax at all, at least as we know it. I know it all sounds too good to be true, because even Utopians need roads and bridges, civic buildings and public amenities. They need to protect themselves too and armies and navies don’t pay for themselves. So how did they do it? They invented a unique method of public service that expected every citizen to be responsible for financing one major public work once in their lifetime.  read on….

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