A Massachusetts urologist has been expelled by a Boston hospital for making statements on an internal online portal expressing concern about the health dangers of same-sex sexual activity.Dr. Paul Church serves as a urology professor at Harvard University and also has admitting privileges at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, where he has seen patients for nearly the past 30 years. He also has participated in medical missions outreaches in Mexico and Africa.For over the past decade, Church has expressed concern to his colleagues about the hospital’s promotion of homosexual events. He has commented both via email and on the hospital’s internal portal that it is improper to promote lifestyles that are contrary to the goals of the healthcare community, and has been met with allegations that his comments constitute “discrimination and harassment” and are “offensive to BIDMC staff.” ...read more: http://christiannews.net/2015/09/26/doctor-expelled-from-boston-hospital-for-statements-about-health-dangers-of-homosexuality/
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Such challenges will be more frequent as the West becomes increasingly hostile to the Christian faith (just stating the obvious here).I do wonder if the outcome could have been different, had the Boston doctor or the Kentucky clerk been Muslim. Perhaps the Christian community could consider taking a back seat, and let others fight our legal battles.I believe it's worth pondering over the words of Jesus in Matt 10:16 ("Behold, I send you out as sheep in the midst of wolves. Therefore be wise as serpents and harmless as doves."), and contemplate how to apply that to our living in this world.
Good example of how the 1% control the 99% when they have government backing.
Penn State is also promoting the normalization of the homosexual lifestyle. I too have seen the hypocrisy of this university. They actually gathered management to announce that Penn State was changing the meaning of queer, once a name for deviant behavior, to a meaning that promotes and highlights the value that an individual brings to the organization that is queer. I see this Technocracy promoting behaviors which are in direct conflict with the Word of God. This worldly wisdom is built on sifting sand. And all those who condone this behavior will suffer the same demise as those who practice this behavior. I have made copies of this article and will be posting at various site within the Penn State Medical Center.
the doctor took a hippocratic oath when he became a physician. He accordingly has a moral and ethical duty to warn patients of risky medical behavior. Here's what will happen next (mark my words)- a homosexual who contracts AIDS will sue his physician for not warning him of the dangers of his lifestyle. And he will win.