Company Who Denied Man a Job Because He Wasn’t ‘Christian Enough’ Ordered to Pay $82,500

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Edward Wolfe applied for the “operations supervisor” position at Voss Lighting in Tulsa, Oklahoma. During the interview process, he was allegedly questioned at length regarding his religious beliefs.

From James Forsythe at Deadstate / 03.22.2016:

A Nebraskan company will now pay $82,500 after denying a job to a man because he was not Christian enough.Edward Wolfe applied for the “operations supervisor” position at Voss Lighting in Tulsa, Oklahoma. During the interview process, he was allegedly questioned at length regarding his religious beliefs.

He was asked to identify every church he attended over the past several years, where and when he was “saved” and the circumstances that led him to “find Christ.”

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