London Bank Pays Price for Cancelling Christian Account

Core Issues Trust won a lawsuit in a British court that alleges a London Bank, Barclays Bank, cancelled their bank account for daring to offend LGBTQplusplusplusplus activists. The non-profit works with people who claim to be LGBTQ and are seeking ways to mitigate their desires that don’t align with their faith. For that, the non-profit was accused of practicing so-called “conversion therapy,” which caused Barclays to immediately bow to LGBTQ activists who are not content with anyone not approving of their lifestyle choices.

A British court has awarded the organization $17,000 and ordered the rainbow-extremist-enabling bank to restore the organization’s bank account, though one wonders if they should continue to do business with a company that so completely hates them and their God, the living God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.

UK Bank Pays Nearly $17,000 for Shutting Down Christian Charity’s Account

A London bank has settled a three-year legal case after it caved to LGBT activists and closed a Christian ministry’s bank account in an alleged case of viewpoint discrimination.

As CBN’s Faithwire reported in 2020, Core Issues Trust (CIT), a Christian nonprofit that supports men and women seeking voluntarily to change their sexual preferences and gender expressions, was targeted by pro-LGBTQ activists in June of that year. It is the only Christian ministry of its kind in the U.K. and a registered charity.

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