Christians need not apply

The Middlesex Guildhall is home to the Supreme...Image via Wikipedia

There is no place in British law for Christian beliefs, despite this country’s long history of religious observance and the traditions of the established Church, two High Court judges said on Monday.

Lord Justice Munby and Mr Justice Beatson made the remarks when ruling on the case of a Christian couple who were told that they could not be foster carers because of their view that homosexuality is wrong.

The judges underlined that, in the case of fostering arrangements at least, the right of homosexuals to equality “should take precedence” over the right of Christians to manifest their beliefs and moral values.

It is a disgraceful opinion that clearly shows a lack of tolerance for Christian beliefs by the court. There should be nothing wrong with being supportive of heterosexual beliefs in the context of a Christian home.  I suppose it is only a coincidence that the UK Supreme Court resides in Middlesex Guildhall, pictured above.
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