By Bob Unruh
Eunice and Owen Johns (Photo Christian Legal Centre)
An attorney for a Christian couple who faced religious discrimination in their request to provide foster care says there’s no point in appealing a stunning decision that accused them of “infecting” children with their beliefs, because the nation’s legal system is skewed against Christianity.
But Paul Diamond, who served as barrister to the Johns family in the dispute in the United Kingdom over the nation’s mandatory promotion of homosexuality to foster children, said there is a solution: The people need to reverse the nation’s surge toward treating homosexuals as a privileged class.
WND reported on the court ruling that Christians who want to provide foster care for needy children must promote homosexuality to them, and that there is only a “qualified” right to exercise their Christian beliefs.
The judgment came in a claim by Eunice and Owen Johns that their biblical beliefs in opposition to homosexual behavior were being used by the government to discriminate against them regarding their application to be foster parents.
The couple previously provided foster care and had applied to resume their work but suddenly were rejected because they expressed their Christian beliefs regarding homosexuality.