http://wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=66704 A Canadian human rights tribunal ordered a Christian pastor to renounce his faith and never again express moral opposition to homosexuality, according to a new report. In a decision dated May 30 in the penalty phase of the quasi-judicial proceedings run by the Alberta Human Rights Tribunal, evangelical pastor Stephen Boisson was banned from expressing his biblical perspective of homosexuality and ordered to pay $5,000 for "damages for pain and suffering" as well as apologize to the activist who complained of being hurt. Andreachuk noted that Lund, who brought the complaint, wasn't, in fact, injured. "In this case there is no specific individual who can be compensated as there is no direct victim who has come forward," she wrote. However, that did not stop her from ordering the payment anyway.