I know this question is probably going to cause a stink, but it is something I have been pondering for a few days. There have been Christians on here who claim that they have been discriminated against, and I would like to know how. Anybody have any stories of discrimination because of your Christian faith?
Answer by okmanders at 8:49 PM on Jul. 3, 2009
I think that anyone can be discriminated on because of their faith, not just non-Christians. Anyone who is treated differently because of their faith is being discriminated upon. I also see how Christians could see discrimination everywhere. Because Christianity as a whole is a very limitful religion, with lots of rules, it's easy to see how one could see certain laws (gay marriage, abortion, no prayer in schools...) as an infringement on their beliefs and how things like "equal opportunity act" could seem like discrimination because if someone claims to be Islamic and has the same qualifications as a Christian the employer will usually choose the Muslim just so they don't seem prejudice (and yes, I have seen this happen). I think that people of all paths are discriminated on but much less than most feel.
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