In short, the Equality Act will point out that the Bible is incompatible with the law of the United States of America. This will assault the freedom of speech for Christians in the public sphere, for pastors in print and the pulpit, as well as Christian education and institutions. The Equality Act could be the Trojan Horse that results in the lawful discrimination and persecution upon Christianity in America.
While Christians believe that all people are created in the image and likeness of God, including gay and transgender people in our nation—we openly reject their decisions and stand upon the clear teachings of Scripture. While we must love our neighbor, we are not called to deny Jesus in the process. Exactly how will this Equality Act impact the church in America? Consider these three areas.
The Transformation on Education
One of the reasons so many people risk life and limb to come to America is for the freedom of education. However, that unique freedom is being challenged by political ideologies and policies that will forever deform our education and restrict it to promote a devious leftist agenda. But, this is nothing new. The church has been warned for a very long time, but the days of darkness are quickly approaching.
Public education placed in the hands of the government will never end well. Caesar will never bow to Jesus until Christ returns—and as public education becomes more inclusive, it will by necessity exclude Jesus and his teachings from the classroom. Although Jesus has been kicked out of the public education arena for a long time now, the new Equality Act will further this agenda with advanced legislation. This transformation will do far more than change the dynamics of the school classroom. It will serve as a catalyst to transform the definition of the family and the shape of our society. After all, the goal of education is to educate.
In his book, Family Driven Faith, Voddie Baucham made a controversial statement regarding public education. He said, “We cannot continue to send our children to Caesar for their education and be surprised when they come home as Romans.”  Regardless of where you stand on the debate of public v. home education, the day is quickly approaching when there will be no space remaining in America where Christians are free to work or engage in public education without denying their faith.
The Restriction of Religion
Although the Equality Act is promoted under the banner of protection and equality, behind the verbiage of “equal rights” is the restriction of religion—specifically the restriction of Christianity.
As the sexual revolution has gained momentum as a result of the Obergefell v. Hodges decision—the Equality Act will raise the bar of legislation that places the LGBTQA+ agenda within the sphere of sacred beliefs protected by our civil rights policies.