Major U.S. city demands oversight of sermons


Officials with the city of Houston, Texas, who are fighting for a controversial ordinance that would allow men to use women’s restrooms there now have demanded to see the sermons preached by several area pastors.

The recent move came in a subpoena from the city to pastors for copies of their sermons – and copies of other communications from the pastors to their congregations – in the city’s fight over a “non-discrimination” plan that allows “gender-confused” people to use whatever public restrooms with which they identify.

A legal action challenging the city’s move has developed because the city allegedly violated its own charter in the process of adopting the Equal Rights Ordinance, which in May designated homosexuals and transgender persons as a protected class.

Learn more from Bob Unruh at WND

3 thoughts on “Major U.S. city demands oversight of sermons

  1. Don’t you see the handwriting on the wall? Soon it will be illegal to share the Gospel. But perhaps God has decided to shut things down…for Christians, it may be growing gloriously dark.

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