Pastor in discrimination case to collect $225,000

Baptist Press February 20, 2017

A Georgia pastor fired from his government job over sermons alleged to be discriminatory will instead receive a $225,000 settlement from the state based on his own discrimination lawsuit.

Georgia pays $225,000 to settle lawsuit alleging religious discrimination

AJC.com February 9, 2017

State officials have confirmed that they have settled for $225,000 a lawsuit filed by a hiring prospect who alleged a job offer was withdrawn after videos of his sermons against homosexuality and evolution surfaced.

Discovery Demand For Pastor’s Sermons Generates Controversy

Religion Clause October 27, 2016

As previously reported, last April Eric Walsh, a doctor and public health expert, filed a religious discrimination suit against the Georgia Department of Public Health alleging that his termination shortly after he was hired

State of Georgia demands pastor turn over sermons

Fox News Opinion October 26, 2016

A lay minister who is suing the Georgia Department of Public Health for religious discrimination has been ordered by the state’s attorney general to relinquish his sermons to the government, according to federal court documents. Read full article »

Georgia Bureaucrats Listened to a Doctor’s Sermons, and Then Fired Him

National Review April 20, 2016

On March 28, Georgia governor Nathan Deal capitulated to threats from the social-justice warriors at Apple, Disney, and the NFL and vetoed HB 757, the “Free Exercise Protection Act.” Read full article »