Court rules against Christian baker, surrenders freedom to force acceptance of sin


In a surprising ruling, the Colorado Court of Appeals ruled on Thursday backing a lower court that decided that a Christian baker in suburban Denver cannot cite his religious beliefs in refusing to make a wedding cake for a gay couple.

Phillips argued that the law requiring his business to provide such a cake violated his rights to freedom of speech and the free exercise of religion.

This Colorado law was clearly created for the purpose of forcing the Christian culture into accepting sin against their will. This law is against the US Constitution that says, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof...” - but in recent years, law makers have created these laws anyway.

This is called the free-exercise clause of the First Amendment. The free-exercise clause pertains to the right to freely exercise one’s religion no matter where they are or what they are doing.

The problem is that religious freedom stops full the acceptance of sin in society, so the only way to force the full acceptance of sin in a nation, religious freedom must be surrendered.  

The bigger problems are yet to come, because religious freedom is the foundation of freedom and liberty, when a nation surrenders religious freedom all other freedoms soon follow.  Forcing acceptance of sin does not bring liberty, rather in brings tyranny and a theocracy.  

If the gay-lobby wins, they lose – everyone loses.

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