J.P.Morgan Chase allegedly asked its employees:
4) A member of the LGBT community.
5) An ally of the LGBT community, but not personally identifying as LGBT.
If true, such survey questions if consistent with the recent trend throughout much of the US attacking Christians for their anti-homosexuality views, the following is coming if you turn your backs on Jesus Christ, who suffered and died on the cross for your souls: "Are you now, or have you ever been, a member of the Christian faith?"Yes, I am.
Am I an ally of the lesbian, male-homosexual, bi-sexual, so-called transgender community? What's an ally? I want them to turn, repent, and atone for the sake of righteousness, as defined by authentic Christianity (Jesus' teachings, not fake-liberal twisting). Is that being an ally? I don't believe many of the homosexuals working for J.P.Morgan Chase would say it is. However, I wouldn't want that for them if I didn't believe it is the right thing to want according to God the father of Jesus.