US District Court Rules on Christians Participating in Gender “Transition” Procedures

US District Court Rules on Christians Participating in Gender “Transition” Procedures

The court ruled on religious freedom.

Last week, the US District Court of the District of North Dakota, ruled that federal nondiscrimination rules cannot be used to force Christians to participate in gender “transition” procedures. Alliance Defending Freedom had filed a lawsuit against the Biden administration on behalf of the Christian Employers Alliance, alleging that the Administration was forcing religious employers to pay for “gender transition surgeries, procedures, and treatments,” which contradicts the employers’ “deeply held beliefs.”

The Biden Administration continues to assert that sex in Title VII encompasses sexual orientation and gender identity. This federal court shot down that assertion and has protected these Christian employers’ First Amendment rights. This good  ruling applies to companies belonging to the Christian Employers Alliance, which means other Christian-owned companies are still vulnerable.

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