“A reasonable juror could find that Defendant failed to accommodate Plaintiff’s request because Plaintiff was terminated thirty-two (32) hours after his refusal to include Bible quotes in the Morning Coffee[name of daily email].” Mindrup v. Goodman Networks, Inc., No. 4:14-CV-157, 2015 WL 5996362, at *8 (E.D. Tex. Oct. 14, 2015). Based upon this finding, the Court held that the refusal to include bible verses in a daily company wide email “is sufficient to raise a genuine issue of material fact as to whether Defendant’s explanation is not the true reason for Plaintiff’s discharge, but rather pretext for religious discrimination.” Id. at *10.
Mindrup v.Goodman Networks, Inc., No. 4:14-CV-157, 2015 WL 5996362 (E.D. Tex. Oct. 14, 2015) (Mazzant, J.)