I mean...how do they know which 'sins' are fireable offenses? Perhaps there are guidelines for employees but if so, I'd like to know that.
Edit: Sorry, just read about the 'handbook' with rules.
if she was supposed to be doing " ministerial" work, wouldn't a "ministerial" approach be more apt to the situation?....I mean, Jesus seems to be pretty cool about sinners who repent.
(6:37, “He That Cometh To Me I Will In No Wise Cast Out.” )
I don't think her "sin " is going to provide any sort of example to her "flock".. as her flock is far more interested in ****ting their diapers or playing with their legos.
meh, the courts, if they accept such a case, can't get into determining meaning and value of scripture.. so that really doesn't matter much, legally speaking.
anyways.. it's seem rather distasteful to me... provided the reasons for the termination are true.
theres not facts that say she KNEW anything yet.
Church claims theres a handbook with a signature, she claims otherwise.
Also for some more accuracy she wasnt going at it alone or not getting married. She has a fiance and they are planing the wedding, the church claims it simply wast in thier wanted time frame.
You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo
Originally Posted by A. de Tocqueville
Firing an unwed mother to be ---- making it difficult to support herself and family....IMHO clearly against what Jesus would want.
Do they have a right? Probably.
Just makes them look like folks that are more about judgment and less about Jesus.