Intolerance or Discrimination often an Attitudinal Problem

“Many are suffering from a kind of what I would call an attitudinal intolerance or discrimination which seems... to be acquiring a cultural dimension in society and it impacts the law as well. Christians are suffering injustices compared to others which seems disproportionately affecting Christians, particularly in the areas of employment, delivery of services, free expression and so on and so forth.” Don Hooricks, head of public affairs of evangelical alliance

Quoted in "Clearing the Ground", Report on the Freedom of Christians in the UK; February 28th, 2012
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