Sunday, October 6, 2013

Religious Discrimination now commonplace in America

Craig James, A Christian Commentator Fired From FOX Sports May File Suit for Religious Discrimination

Craig was asked (in an interview) about his views on homosexuality and same-sex “marriage.” As a Christian, he responded that he could not support unBiblical behavior, and neither should any other civil leader.
“I think that this country, our moral fiber is sliding down a slope that is going to be hard to stop if we don’t stand up–the leaders who don’t go ride in gay parades,” he said. “I can assure you, I will never ride in a gay parade. Our kids out there…People need to see examples. I’m a guy who believes in [the union of] a man and a woman, … Adam and Eve, and what the Bible says.”

It seems to me that if a person has the constitutional right to speak out in favor of homosexual activity and same sex marriage, then it should also be a constitutional right to speak out against it.
It’s a crazy country we’re living in today.  You can say anything you want against Christianity, but defending Christianity could get you fired or fined or even jailed.
But for some reason, just the opposite is true of Islam.

And if you think I’m just some crazy, senile old coot, then please take a few minutes to read the following articles:  I find the first one particularly interesting because it’s the ACLU that’s always filing law suites to keep Christianity out of public schools, but they don’t seem to have a problem with Islam in our schools.

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