Thank you Bill Ritter, “Catholic” governor of Colorado, for passing a law restricting religious views on homosexuality only to churches and allowing transvestites and other perverts free access to women's restrooms. We are all about protecting the children, right?
It is possible the law's anti-“discrimination” demands could be triggered when outside groups come in to use a church meeting room, auditorium or recreation facility. For the safety of the churches, perhaps outsiders will have to sign a document stating agreement with the church's religious beliefs before being allowed in, he said.
The targets of complaints likely won't be churches themselves, but more likely church schools, programs that offer services to communities and the like, critics of the law said.
But there's further possible mischief that can result from a ban on discrimination based on sexual orientation or “perception” when deciding “full and equal enjoyment of facilities, accommodations” and other factors, he said.
Religious publishers, he acknowledged, could be accused under the law for publishing biblical condemnation of homosexuality. Colorado Springs, where Focus in located, also is home to the huge Christian publishing operations of NavPress and the International Bible Society.