It wasn’t an accident that the first amendment to the Constitution is about religious liberty. Why was it so important to the Founders? And why should it be just as important to you? Kelly Shackelford, President of First Liberty, explains.
It can’t happen here.
It will happen here.
It is happening here.
The state now forces Christian bakers to bake wedding cakes for a homosexual marriage. Christian florists are ordered by the courts to provide flowers for a same sex wedding or face ruinous fines. Keep in mind, the baker and florist have no problem providing their services to the same homosexual sex couples for ordinary orders. They simply do not want to be part of a ceremony to which they object.
Thus, religious freedom is buried under the fashionable hysteria of the latest and loudest grievance group.
After these two legal precedents it’s but a short hop and skip to forcing priests and rabbis to perform same sex marriages. This religious intolerance is now the law of the land in Denmark, and will soon make its way to our shores.