The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


Innkeepers to pay

Britain's Court of Appeal ordered Christian innkeepers to pay $5,800 in damages to a gay couple.

The three-judge panel rejected an appeal by the husband and wife, who told the men they could not share a double room.

The innkeepers had argued that they weren't discriminating against the gay men, but permitting the couple to share a bedroom went against their belief that sex outside marriage was a sin.


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