The Christian owners of a Cornish B&B today lost their appeal against last yearâ€™s ruling that their policy of restricting double rooms to married couples discriminated against a gay couple.
But, while upholding that ruling, the Court of Appeal warned that a new intolerance should not take root against Christians because of their beliefs about sexual ethics.
The three judges upheld last yearâ€™s County Court decision which found the policy to be discriminatory on grounds of sexual orientation â€“ despite the fact that the policy was also applied to unmarried heterosexual couples....
"But, while upholding that ruling, the Court of Appeal warned that a new intolerance should not take root against Christians because of their beliefs about sexual ethics."
Great!! First these evil reprobates rule against the Christians - THEN they imply that the country should not be intolerant to the Christian - that is the Biblical stance???
GOD, the real judge rules:- Lev 20:13 If a man also lie with mankind, as he lieth with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination: they shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon them.
We now know the judgment the judges and the UK is getting!
The scales of justice in the UK are balanced with homosexual "rights" on one scale & counterbalanced by every other right from ALL the rest of society in the other. Something's seriously wrong in Sodom.
An agreement between two parties to buy and sell goods or services should not involve the government. If a party doesn't want to sell a product or service to a one armed, three eyed, midget on steroids it should be their lawful right to not do so. If the midget does not want to buy a product from a four eared albino, that should likewise be his right in a free society.
Now we have governments forcing us to buy services we don't want (see Obamacare) and governments forcing folks to sell services to people they don't want to sell to (see this article).
Where the spirit of the Lord is there is liberty. Liberty is fading in these two countries.