The USA has a very strict secular way about it though. Our separation of church/state is pretty clearly laid out.
But taxation and freedom of religion is different in different countries. Not every – in fact MOST countries in the world – are NOT unbiased secular governments.
They’d look at the rotating cube religion, call it cult or business and it wouldn’t get tax exempt.
The freedom-of-religion is a very USA thing that we take for granted but it’s not so in a lot of places. I’d say more countries are like the town I grew up in:
There were two churches: Catholic or Methodist. You were either Catholic or Methodist. If you were something else, you had to go out of town for it.
You could be anything else, but you don’t get special favors for it like the big boys do, and I think that’s how a lot of countries are.