A London Christian homeless adviser, who worked with Wadsworth Counil for 18 years, has been fired for mentioning God in the workplace.
Duke Amachree appealed his termination, but a London tribunal ruled last week that Wadsworth Council had acted "reasonably" in dismissing him. He was dismissed for "gross misconduct" for suggesting to a client suffering from a terminal illness that she should not give up hope by trying to put her faith in God.
His client -- believed to be an atheist -- reported Amachree's use of the word God in his counseling of her, and this resulted in Amachree's termination two days later.
I ask, what kind of justice is this? For a counselor to be fired for suggesting that a client put her faith in God for her recovery illustrates a lack of compassion, empathy, and Christian love in British society.
The fact that a woman's "atheistic rights" were "violated" by the counselor for suggesting that she put her faith in God is mind-boggling. It just doesn't make any sense -- plain and simple!