A thoughtful discount to fellow parishioners at an Ohio restaurant ignited a fierce backlash from an atheist organization. (Fox News)
“What we did was make an offer on social media to give a 10-percent discount to anyone that gave a church bulletin to us on Sunday for brunch,” Justin Watson said to WKRC.
Watson said there are at least seven churches within a mile of the restaurant and felt this would be an easy way to get more people in the door.
“We’ve had an outstanding response from the local community. There’s been a lot of support,” Watson said.
The response certainly seemed positive – at first. Then, a scathing online review followed by a letter from the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) threatening legal action scared the owners into submission.
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