If people can be disemployed for refusing to believe that gender is self-determined or that one group of people murdered a specific number of a different group of people in the 20th century, then they can certainly be disemployed, or even deported, for refusing to believe that God exists and Jesus Christ is Lord.
This is, of course, totally false. Any employer terminating an employee for their religious views would be faced with (1) a lawsuit for violating the employee's first amendment rights, and (2) public backlash that would at the very minimum, hurt their business, and, in the case of smaller employers, likely drive them out of business.
This is assuming that the employee wasn't made to sign a statement of faith as a condition of employment. Who does that? That's right--fundamentalist Christian organizations, such as Answers in Genesis and Liberty University.
The fraudulent nature of the Enlightenment has been revealed. Freedom of speech and expression was always just an excuse to try to dislodge Christianity from its dominant position in the West and thereby destroy Western Civilization.
The fraudulent nature of your position is revealed. You want your religion to dominate Western Civilization.
Observe that, as usual, equality is the intellectual justification for evil. Equality is evil and Thomas Jefferson's flights of rhetorical fancy notwithstanding, all men are most certainly not created equal in any way, legal, material, or spiritual. Equality is the retarded version of "ye shall be as gods" and nothing good ever comes of it.
"Equality" can be defined different ways depending on the context in which it's used. In this case, I believe that you're referring to equality under the law. Again, your motivations are laid bare. You want your faith to be "more equal" than others.
It's not gonna happen, so you'd best make peace with that.