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Has Christianity Become Intolerable?

SimonNorwich Wrote: Sep 27, 2012 9:04 AM
Whether or not a business suffers reduced patronage doesn't in any way help those whom it discriminates against. The inconvenience and humiliation of being treated differently to other customers is not nearly as insignificant as you imagine. And contrary to what Benjamin is arguing, there is no intolerance of Christians in this scenario. If a hotel owner (be they Christian or anything else) is obliged to provide a room to an unmarried couple, in no way does it impact on the lifestyle or beliefs of the hotel owner. But if members of minority groups are refused the same services as everyone else, it will have a signifcant impact on them.
There has been a demonstrable move away from Judeo-Christian faith and practice in Europe for a number of years. Just ask British hoteliers Peter and Hazelmary Bull.

What was once respected as authoritative is now considered Victorian, and what was widely embraced as a moral guide has been dismissed with the morals in which it guided people…all in the name of tolerance, mind you.

And so the Bulls have experienced the irony of ironies that Christianity is being forced out of the room by those who claim tolerance as their guiding principle.

They used to be poked fun at...