Except ignoring all the good things that Christians (Again, not speaking for all religions, this topic is specific) HAVE done in the world with regards to charity organizations if you've spent about 5 minutes researching. Jesus sets a perfect precedence for such. Of course, there are people who are corrupt in some organizations and have abused their privileges, but this is no different than any other charities -- on a general scale on a grand scheme of things your assertion is basically incorrect.
I am not about to enter into Neowin's infamous anti-religious trolling debate so this will be my last post in this tread about this. Moving on...
Continuing off topic and my 2 cents.
You don't have to be a christian to be charitable... The best example is the two biggest givers are atheists...(Hint, gates) But I will agree, religion has done GOOD and BAD, you have to admit that. The problem is, for the public eye, an institution whoms sole existance should only do "good acts", which is what blackhearted response IS. What you did was analyzed and rebutted (sp?) by giving evidence in the manner, but again, as a public institution, historically speaking, I can agree based on the fact that more evil has been done ( again HISTORICALLY speaking) in the name of god...
(Yeah I know we need bad to level off and bla bla bla, not that point.).
On topic, firing someone and taking their livelyhood away is just wrong, disheartning and "do not onto others..." So she screwed up according to her religion, so by their logic "ok let's **** her life a bit more, by taking her job away, that will teach'er". Idiots, if you ask me, the very fact of inflicting this type of damage on a person, does more evil, than what she did in the first place.