U.S. Supreme Court: Religious Liberty Doubted Because of LGBT ‘Rights’

The Supreme Court of the United States announced that the Harris Funeral Home case and two other cases shall be heard related to the oppression that Christians especially encounter because of militant efforts to force new beliefs in the doctrines of demons supposedly to protect sexually disoriented "LGBTQ" persons. (Detroit News photo)

The Christian Post – The U.S. Supreme Court announced it will hear three cases involving religious liberty versus LGBT rights. At issue: if sex discrimination protections in the 1964 Civil Rights Act include sexual orientation and gender identity, though the Act doesn’t mention such.

The Court agreed to hear Harris v. EEOC, a case in which a Christian-owned funeral home was sued for firing a transgender individual who refused to adhere to a dress code for his biological sex.

. . . The other two cases, Altitude Express Inc. v. Zarda and Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia, were consolidated. Both of those cases also have to do with whether the 1964 Civil Rights Act covers sexual orientation discrimination.

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