A coalition of Christian organizations is opposing a bill that purports to resolve the conflict between religious rights and new rights established by the Supreme Court's same-sex marriage ruling.
The Fairness for All Act, introduced by Rep. Chris Stewart, R-Utah, promises to "ban discrimination against LGBTQ people" and also "protect religious institutions that uphold traditional beliefs about marriage and sexuality."
"But does it?" asks the non-profit MinistryWatch.
John Stonestreet, president of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview, said the act "would enshrine into law something that simply is not true, and for Christians that's got to be a non-starter: that sexual orientation and gender identity are equal to race, that they are somehow immutable, something someone is born with." ...