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Joshua Gill | Religion Reporter

A Michigan resort faces another lawsuit over alleged religious discrimination for requiring that guests respect the Methodist Church and that members uphold Christian values.

The Bay View Association, a resort community near Petoskey, Michigan, faced a lawsuit in 2017 from The Bay View Chautauqua Inclusiveness Group and charges in 2018 from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development over a resort policy that required property owners to be “of Christian persuasion,” according to Petoskey News-Review. (RELATED: Philly Catholic Social Services Censored For Refusing To Work With Same-Sex Couples Based On Religious Principle)

Shows, lectures, historic homes and a beautiful, wooded trail. Youll find all this in the Bay View Association near Petoskey, Michigan. https://t.co/4Pobq2GpDY pic.twitter.com/GnXKmxAkk8

— Petoskey Area, MI (@PetoskeyArea) April 17, 2019

The resort community eliminated that policy, but faces another federal lawsuit, alleging that it has again committed religious discrimination by requiring guests to “respect theRead More – Source

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