A Christian woman applying for a job in Canada with a Norwegian-owned wilderness expedition company received a nasty rejection letter openly hostile to her faith. When they noticed her alma-mater was a Christian university, the insults began to fly.
Bethany Paquette, a Trinity Western University graduate, was attacked for a job with a Norwegian tourism company because of her faith. Trinity is a Christian school, and one that the executives apparently strongly disliked.
Olaf Amundsen, the hiring manager for Amaruk Wilderness Corp., wrote, "The Norse background of most of the guys at the management level means that we are not a Christian organization, and most of us actually see Christianity as having destroyed our culture, tradition and way of life."
He also wrote, "unlike Trinity Western University, we embrace diversity, and the right of people to sleep with or marry whoever they want."
"This is the root of all of it," Glenn said after playing the audio. "We will not stand up for this woman. We will not stand up and say: Hey, we all have to be nice. And we have to get along. We will not stand up for her right to not be discriminated against, but we will tell our kids that they have to be called purple penguins because somebody might be questioning whether a they're a boy or a girl, and so we have to get rid of that. We will not care about a story like this."
Glenn's reaction below: