It was only a matter of time. And it came much sooner than later.
When the United States Supreme Court ruled in June that same-sex marriage is protected under the Constitution and is legal in all 50 states, concerns were expressed that religious liberty would come under attack.
Questions arose as to whether ministers could speak freely against homosexuality and call it what it is — sin.
At least in Kentucky the answer is no. Fox News reported Aug. 11 that volunteer chaplains had to sign a document promising not to tell inmates that homosexuality is “sinful.”
When Chaplain David Wells said he could not sign such a document, the Kentucky Department of Juvenile Justice revoked his credentials.
Wells, who spent 13 years ministering to troubled juveniles, had to give up a labor of love.
If anyone is really surprised this has happened, then your head has been in the…
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