Tuesday, March 27, 2012

British Government Argues that Christians Have No Right to Wear Crosses at Work

If you think the battles over religious liberty don't matter, think again. First it is forcing us to pay for contraception, then it is saying we can't publicly display our faith, finally all rights are up for debate...
This is really sad:
In a highly significant move, ministers will fight a case at the European Court of Human Rights in which two British women will seek to establish their right to display the cross.

It is the first time that the Government has been forced to state whether it backs the right of Christians to wear the symbol at work.

A document seen by The Sunday Telegraph discloses that ministers will argue that because it is not a “requirement” of the Christian faith, employers can ban the wearing of the cross and sack workers who insist on doing so.

The Government’s position received an angry response last night from prominent figures including Lord Carey, the former Archbishop of Canterbury.

He accused ministers and the courts of “dictating” to Christians and said it was another example of Christianity becoming sidelined in official life.
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When any government tells a believer what is and what isn't required of them to practice their faith we have a problem. Pray.


Anders said...

It is terrible it has come to this! But the problem, the real problem, is that they do not know what it means to be a Christian.


A share in a conspiracy
makes life a blunder, life a pain.
A share in human potency
makes life an answer to your gain.

Liz said...

this is disgusting! what about jews who wear the star of david or buddhists who wear a hamsa?

John said...

Shame on them!