Last month, the Clergy Project announced its participation in the RiseSmart [Transition] Assistance program, which would help current pastors acquire the skills they need to transition out of the ministry and into a new career.
If you run a company, you can’t screen potential employees for their religious views. That should be obvious, but it’s a fact that’s ignored time and time again, despite the Civil Rights Act.
In 2011, Edward Wolfe applied for an “operations supervisor position” at Voss Lighting in Tulsa, Oklahoma. During the interview process, Wolfe was asked repeatedly about his religious beliefs:
You guys, I need help. It’s a sickness. I’m obsessed.
I was going to skip his latest video, but with a title like “Fornication is not Love,” how could I pass it up? I couldn’t. I had to watch. And you know you have to, too.
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We already know Alcoholics Anonymous is notorious for pushing the idea of God in their Twelve Step program (though there are secular alternatives to AA). But they’re not the only ones.
Will at Godless Teens is a freshman at a public high school in Colorado and, yesterday, his health class played host to guest speakers from Overeaters Anonymous, who were there to talk about “how people will often overeat to deal with stress.”
Initially, that wasn’t a problem… until Will saw (and took a picture of) what they had written on the board before class: