Yes, they should be allowed to demand a traditional Christian moral code from all teachers
They should be allowed if they prove they apply the same standards to all teachers
They should be allowed, but that doesn't make it right
They are discriminating against women, since fornication is more obvious with them
If the school board members can prove they never fornicated, then they stand on solid ground
Christian schools should not be allowed to discriminate on moral grounds
Christians are the biggest bunch of hypocrites on the face of the Earth!
Many employers have the arrogant belief that they own their employees and can demand anything from them just because they give them a pay check every month. This case is an example of this.
Any decent labour laws would make a firing like this illegal since it is not the business of an employer how the employee spends his free time, and certainly not who the employee sleeps with.
The poor complain; they always do
But thatís just idle chatter
Our system brings reward to all
At least all those who matter.
There is only one exception to this and it's not because it's an exception to federal law but because the information is previously disclosed during their training and ordination: clergy members.
So yes a private religious organization can.
PS My wife and most of the employees are not clergy.
Last edited by Black Dog; 06-14-10 at 11:27 AM.
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He asked would it be legal to fire you if it was a term of your employment, so again I say yes they can. It has to be stated in the contract, but other than that I don't see why. If someone working for my wifes company became a Wikkan, they would be fired. No court in the land would say they could not. It would disrupt business and create a very hostile work environment for everyone involved.
Last edited by Black Dog; 06-14-10 at 12:01 PM.
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