As for whether the job requirements are legal or not…well, that’s a harder question than it may seem. It is not lawful for privite employers to discriminate on religious grounds unless the employer is a chruch that qualifies for certain religious exemptions to Title VII. For more analysis than that, I’ll have to charge you. But your grace point couldn’t be more on point. This is a big issue for me because I grew up in a church where grace was a footnote instead of a central message of the Gospel. Grace brought me back to christiantiy and grace keeps me here. I don’t do anything to deserve it and I can’t loose it. Thank God. But so many folks have no idea what the word means. Thanks for working on that.
Should the first para read “…those who _don’t_ toe the moral line”?
Also in the news: “Point of Grace” (the female Christian Music band) sues “Point of Grace” (the church) for Trademark Infringement.
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