Chaplain Reported As Terrorist Over Questioning LGBT Activists Sues

  • A school chaplain in the United Kingdom who claims he was left unemployable after he was fired and reported as a terrorist for questioning LGBTQ activists is set to appeal a legal ruling against him.
  • Rev. Dr. Bernard Randall, an ordained Church of England minister, sued his former employer Trent College in Derbyshire, England, for discrimination, harassment, victimization and unfair dismissal, according to a statement from his legal counsel at the London-based Christian Legal Centre.
  • Randall, a former chaplain at Christ’s College Cambridge who served five years as chaplain at Trent College, explained to Fox News Digital last September that he was fired from the school because of a 2019 sermon that told students they are entitled to make up their own minds about the claims of LGBTQ identity politics.
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