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A Christian doctor who was fired by a hospital after quoting from the Bible and emailing a prayer to colleagues has lost his unfair dismissal claim.
Dr Drew, a Baptist churchgoer of Sutton Coldfield, rose to become clinical director at the hospital. But he was dismissed for ‘gross misconduct and insubordination’ in December 2010 and lost an initial appeal last April. An internal review of the complaints against him concluded his religious language was inappropriate in a professional setting.
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Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours.
Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours
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reply to post by ChristianJihad
cool avatar but man, that line..... pushing his obvious delusion upon other more reasoned people......good God man......you'll have to improve. quit being a victim, just refuse to be a victim
He said: 'There is no need for such assertions in professional communication nor was there a need to make religious references if they are considered inappropriate and if they hinder proper communication.' The Employment Tribunal judge also ruled that the sanctions were not just imposed on Christians believers, but Muslim and Hindu doctors were not allowed to quote from their religious texts.
Your comments are funny, since the medical community is run by and comprised mainly of Jews.
I'm agnostic and dislike organized religion, but your responses were rather....inflammatory. Was this done on purpose? If so, it indicates you are biased..
I'm not insulting you, please understand. Just pointing out my thoughts.
A little respect goes along way and then maybe you will begin to see the big picture.
I often hear that in the UK, religion is far more considered a private matter. That being vocal about it is culturally consider much more rude than say in America, no one takes kindly to strangers or loose associates asserting that they've got the truth and those who disagree is wrong. I don't live there, I don't know how true it is
I do believe good is the intention of most religious, and they are unable to see the harm they cause.
The big churches are corrupt to the bone.
America's Healthcare System is the Third Leading Cause of Death