On the Air: Christian Business Owners’ and Employees’ Religious Liberties Under Attack [my Dacus Report radio interview]

Craig HueyCurrent Events2 Comments

I was just interviewed by Brad Dacus of the Dacus Report.

Heard on hundreds of stations nationwide, I explain how the government and judges are violating the rights of Christians.

My interview is the first 13 minutes of the program: click here to listen.

 

What do you think? Write me at [email protected]

2 Comments on “On the Air: Christian Business Owners’ and Employees’ Religious Liberties Under Attack [my Dacus Report radio interview]”

  1. I’m one who can personally testify to the power of God’s saving grace and his word in dealing with same-sex attraction. If the law focuses on declaring “changing” sexual orientation is fraudulent, then let’s rephrase the discussion more accurately and say that it is unconstitutional to ban help in “dealing” with same-sex attraction. Counseling in “dealing” with the feelings is certainly valid. Prohibiting such counseling is tyranny.

  2. The LGBT groups seem to be interested in searching out Christian businesses to sue. There are plenty that have no problem working for them. Why not go there?

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