(Worthy News) - Christians who were banned by a homeowners association from holding Bible studies or other faith-related meetings in the common areas of a California retirement community are getting a settlement after they prevailed in the dispute.
The Pacific Justice Institute confirmed the court case “that tested the application of civil rights protections to Bible studies and a worship service in a senior community has been favorably resolved through a settlement.”
Terms were not released immediately. [ Source: WND (Read More...) ]
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