“Should a person be fired for their opinion? Chris Broussard/Jason Collins”

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God loves us all. Chris Broussard!

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ESPN analyst Chris Broussard called being gay an “open rebellion to God”

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One thought on ““Should a person be fired for their opinion? Chris Broussard/Jason Collins”

  1. ESPN is a diverse workplace that practices fairness and equality. Even though, Broussard has a right to express his opinion, he did more bad than good to himself and his employer. Therefore, if he lost his job, he has no one to blame but himself

    That was a political statement shrouded under a veil of Christianity. If Broussard wanted to make a controversial statement of such magnitude, he should have waited until he was at church or on his private time.

    Furthermore, if one has to wait for a high profile controversy to embrace your faith, then one is a hypocrite. He talked about unrepentant sin. Is he Deity now? My Bible tells me that all have sinned and have fallen short of the glory of God. Therefore, if there is an unrepentant sin, Christ died in vain.

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