666 on tax form scares the hell out of Christian worker, so he quits
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He shakes his head when asked if he’d go back to work for Contech, even if the company gives him a new W-2. That would send the message that he sold out his faith for money.
"God is worth more than money," he said.
LaCourciere said the firm planned to mail out a new W-2, in a plain envelope, by the end of the day on Tuesday. The company also wants to rehire him.
"We’d love to have him back," he said.
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