Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Christians Face Discrimination in Workplace, Anglicans Say


[The Christian Post] 17 Feb 2009--Nearly two thirds of the Church of England's governing body believes Christians face discrimination at work, according to a survey by The Telegraph.

Of the 80 out of 484 Synod members surveyed, 63 percent said they felt Christians were being discriminated in the workplace, while 59 percent said they believed freedom of belief had declined in the last ten years.

The survey comes on the heels of several media reports in recent weeks about Christians who have faced disciplinary action due to their religious beliefs.

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