UK Christian doctor who prays with patients faces fresh investigation
A doctor in England, who says he is 'prepared to take risks on behalf of Jesus,' is facing fresh scrutiny for sharing his Christian faith with patients. Kent GP Dr Richard Scott previously said that he would like to continue to initiate conversations with patients about faith.
Dr Richard Scott is facing fresh scrutiny for sharing his Christian faith with patients after the U.K.’s independent regulator for doctors said it will review its decision to close a case that was brought against him by the National Secular Society.
The Christian Legal Centre, which gave legal support to Dr. Richard Scott during last year’s investigation, have told media in the U.K. that they are “confident” that Dr. Scott “has done nothing wrong”.
In June 2019, the U.K.’s General Medical Council (GMC) began an investigation into Dr. Scott’s fitness to practice after a complaint from the National Secular Society (NSS). In December last year they closed the investigation, but that decision has now been challenged by the NSS.
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