Supreme Court Rules Against Christians

by Steve Ray on June 30, 2010

Supreme Court rules against Christian student group that ‘discriminated’ against gays
In a 5-4 decision, the United States Supreme Court ruled on June 28 that the University of California Hastings College of the Law may deny recognition to a Christian organization that does not permit gays and lesbians to hold leadership positions. . . .

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Paul C November 12, 2010 at 8:46 PM

The organizations that remain will de facto stop allowing Christians to hold leadership positions anyway – if they truly expose CHRISTian beliefs by example and word, so we didn’t lose much.

Any orthodox-Catholic professing Christian would be removed today from a leadership position in any of the remaining/existing organizations if his/her beliefs were plainly and openly made public – so the point is moot.

Don’t hunker down in a “free room” binded by Culture of Death restrictions, get out and meet on the sidewalk and share that faith! Jesus loves (that’s ACTIVE!).

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