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They have to accept tons of stuff like that anyway, so it’s really just one little baby step more.Further, if they know anything about your hobbies here on your blog, many Christians it seems, whether they have kids or not tell themselves that our interest in Christianity is because we secretly want to be Christians and/or that God is compelling us back into the fold.'We have a duty of care towards our patients and our staff, and the Trust considers the wearing of a necklace to be a risk, albeit small, within a clinical setting because patients, particularly those who may be confused, do sometimes grab for items when being moved.'This policy was adopted after it was reviewed about 18 months ago with staff and union representatives.She was not threatened with the sack or disciplinary action, contrary to reports.But she was 'redeployed' to a job where her own and patients' safety was not put at risk.
Mrs Chaplin was the first member of staff who had refused a request to comply with the policy, it added.As best we can tell, humans always act so as to fulfill the strongest of their current desires, given their beliefs.But I very much doubt that Christians do not have a strong desire to save their spouses, their children, and their best friends from eternal agony.The spokesman said Mrs Chaplin herself had also admitted wearing a cross was not a requirement of her faith.A spokesman for Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Trust said: 'Whilst it would be inappropriate due to employee confidentiality to discuss a named individual member of staff, our uniform and dress code policy does not allow our staff to wear necklaces, with or without anything attached to it.