(RNS) Panel Says Judges Have Been too Hard on U.K. Christians

A government-funded watchdog panel said British judges have erred in supporting employers who try to fire Christian workers for wearing crosses or refusing to offer sex counseling to gay couples.

The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) said Monday (July 11) that employers should ease up, saying current interpretations of the law are “insufficient to protect freedom of religion or belief.”

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