STOCKHOLM, Sweden — In a landmark case that experts say will reverberate for generations, the European Court of Human Rights ruled against three out of four U.K. Christians who suffered from discrimination because of their faith.
Analysts who spoke with WND had mixed feelings about the verdict, parts of which will be appealed to the ECHR Grand Chamber.
The general consensus among Christian leaders and advocates of religious liberty was that there were some positive elements to the decision. However, there were also some troubling precedents.
Continue reading this story >>