In a story about The United Methodist Church and an upcoming ecclesiastical court decision on lesbians in ministry The Mighty Barrister responds:
Here’s some news to Mr. Symonette and Ms. Stroud: God discriminates, and He does so with extreme prejudice. He hates sin. If God fires you from Heaven there is no ecclesiastical or secular court to which you can complain, no appeal from His decision. He is the Supreme legislature, and He makes the laws, not us. He is the Supreme Judge, sitting in final Judgment on the true Supreme Court (SCOTKOH – Supreme Court of the Kingdom of Heaven). He is the final arbiter of what is right and just.
The thought of God firing you from Heaven is interesting. Though I don’t think it would be quite like Donald Trump saying "Your Fired" and to be "fired" from Heaven is a double entendre. Of course God is an equal opportunity employer and will hire anybody who applies if they have the right qualifications. Make sure Baptism is on your resume or at least an approved equivalent standard like Baptism by Blood, or Baptism of Desire. God is willing to hire us for Heavenly work but we need to do what we can to get our place of employment and there is a narrow road leading up to the Heavenly offices so we do have to be careful about our commute. Oh and he has this thing about sheep and goats. Make sure you are firmly in the sheep camp – office politics and all that.