ATTACK ON RELIGIOUS LIBERTY CLEVERLY DISGUISED AS “ANTI-DISCRIMINATION” ORDIANCE IN ST. LOUIS
Released: Friday, September 22, 2017
An ordinance passed in St. Louis, Missouri is being promoted as an anti-discrimination measure, prohibiting discrimination in housing or employment on the basis of reproductive health decisions. However, the law does not include religious exemptions for Christian organizations or churches, thus taking away a religious organization's right to "shape its own faith and mission through its appointments". VAIB stands against such ordiances which erodes or strips away a church or Christian organization's right to govern their organization according to their beliefs.
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