Are we talking about days off from school/work? You are using a very broad term: "accommodations" and if you want me answer please tell me what's under that umbrella because I don't understand what you mean unless you provide specific examples. Accommodations is a word used in education quite a bit and one is required to define what the accommodations are so to discuss them point by point. WHAT "accommodations" are you asking me to address?
I will answer you if you name several specific examples of what you mean. Simple as that.
You conceded earlier (with some trepidation) that you agreed with me on a major point. Now it appears you are poking around to find areas where we might not agree and that is fine, but before I answer your question you will need to lay out specifics. I am also wondering this....why should Christians expect any more "accommodations"? Does that match up with you attitude? I bet it does and I feel as Christians we have all the room we need to observe days of worship on our own terms.
What grievances should I have as a Christian in regards to time off from work? I have none and if someone else has them and they want to keep their child out of school see what I said about Muslims earlier: Observe your holiday and keep your child home. These absences are protected legitimate absences
Why can't we just agree and move on? Seems like you actually feel dirty agreeing with me and you would rather leave the conversation feeling like you proved me wrong on some point. That isn't going to happen here. You are walking into what I consider to be my domain and what you said earlier about the workplace not being a place of worship is pretty much a reflection of what I feel.
There was no trepidation whatsoever.
I went back and reread my post where I agreed with you, and couldn't find anything that would even lead a reasonable person to suspect that there was any trepidation, there was absolutely none.
I'm also not "poking around" to find disagreement. I thought I made that extremely clear in a previous post where I explicitly said it wasn't accusatory, simply seeking clarification of a single sentence statement.
You spent a considerable amount of the above quoted post attempting to decide my intentions, even though I made them clear myself, and attempted to assign motives that were nowhere in my posts.
Sorry Ewen, I once again made the mistake of trying to have an honest discussion with you.
That's my fault for going back to that well when I knew better.
It pains me, because there are very few dissenting views here, so I'd really like to have some to engage with.
I will no longer respond to any of your posts, I ask politely that you please do not respond to any of mine.