No not in Israel (with its laws against proselytizing) or Saudi Arabia or China- but in the good old United Kingdom…
A Christian doctor is still trying to clear his name after a complaint was made against him for speaking about his faith with a patient. Dr Richard Scott, 51, was in Manchester yesterday for a disciplinary hearing into comments he made to a patient during a one-to-one consultation at the Bethesda Medical Centre in Margate, Kent, in August 2010. The complaint was made by the mother of the 24-year-old patient after he told her that Dr Scott had suggested the Christian faith could help him.
What political-correctness ridiculousness. Trying to offer help is against the law?
- Christian GP ‘crossed the line’ (bbc.co.uk)
- Christian GP ‘suggested suicidal patient embrace Jesus’ (telegraph.co.uk)