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Best Buy Employee Allegedly Fired for Voicing Concerns over LGBT 'Training' Videos

James Lasher : Sep 21, 2023  Charisma News

"As a Christian, I believe marriage is between a man and a woman. Yet, for some reason, Best Buy insisted that I submit to a lesson series on 'The History of the LGBTQ Movement' while I have clients waiting on my assistance ... Sexuality has no place in the workplace, and forcing me to subject myself to conduct that I believe constitutes a sin, while taking me away from serving my former employer's customers is simply unacceptable—in fact, it's unlawful." -Enis Sujak

[CharismaNews.com] A former Best Buy employee, Enis Sujak, is preparing to take legal action against the retail giant, alleging that he was unjustly terminated for expressing his deeply held Biblical views on sexuality. (Screengrab image)

This incident is yet another flashpoint in the ongoing debate over religious freedom and the increasing challenges faced by Christians in the United States.

Sujak, a Serbian immigrant residing in Jacksonville, Florida, had been a member of the Geek Squad at a local Best Buy until September 1 when he was reportedly dismissed for voicing his concerns regarding a mandatory training video on LGBTQ history.

In a description on his GiveSendGo campaign, he stated, "As a Christian, I believe marriage is between a man and a woman. Yet, for some reason, Best Buy insisted that I submit to a lesson series on 'The History of the LGBTQ Movement' while I have clients waiting on my assistance."

The incident raises questions about the intersection of religious beliefs and workplace policies. Sujak firmly believes that his ability to serve customers with electronic repairs should not be entangled with matters of sexual orientation.

"In fact," Sujak emphasizes, "sexuality has no place in the workplace, and forcing me to subject myself to conduct that I believe constitutes a sin while taking me away from serving my former employer's customers is simply unacceptable—in fact, it's unlawful."

Sujak's allegations came to light on September 2 when leaked audio recordings, shared by activist journalist James O'Keefe, formerly of Project Veritas, revealed conversations between Sujak and his manager. In these conversations, Sujak confronted the manager over what he perceived as Christian discrimination regarding the display of religious symbols on company property.

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One notable exchange occurred when Sujak questioned why LGBTQ Pride flags and symbols were permitted while a Christian cross was not. The response, "They're not the same," sparked controversy, arguing that individuals choose their religion, but do not have the same choice regarding their sexual orientations or identities.

Sujak is taking a firm stance in this matter and has already sought legal representation to file a civil lawsuit against Best Buy. He has raised over $10,500 through his GiveSendGo campaign to cover the legal fees associated with his impending lawsuit.

"In no way have I ever argued that anyone who differs in religion, gender or sex should be treated differently; rather, all I wanted was to be treated the same as them, and have my beliefs respected equally," Sujak wrote. He concluded, "It's time we fight back, take a stand, and defend our rights. I will not back down, and every contribution no matter how great or small, helps us in this fight."

The incident involving Enis Sujak highlights the ongoing challenges faced by Christians who believe they are being targeted for their religious beliefs, with the workplace becoming a battleground for issues related to faith and religious freedoms. As Christians navigate these challenges, some are beginning to see the connection to Bible prophecies foretelling that persecution for their faith will increase in the end times.

One such prophecy comes from the book of Matthew, where Jesus foretells, "Then they will hand you over to be persecuted and will kill you. And you will be hated by all nations for My name's sake," (Matt. 24:9). This passage is a warning that Believers will face increasing persecution because of their faith in Jesus Christ, and many are not prepared for it.

While debates surrounding these issues continue, it remains to be seen how this case will unfold and what implications it may have for the broader conversation about religious freedom in the United States. Subscribe for free to Breaking Christian News here

James Lasher is Staff Writer for Charisma Media. 







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