Denver Bakery Wins The Right to Refuse To Make Anti-Gay Cakes

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Discriminate Against A Christian Man By Refusing To Make Two Anti-Gay Cakes.

The battle between religious freedom and the LGBT community rages on around the country. The battle is a strange one when you consider the fundamental teachings of the Christian religion. But like so many other beliefs, Christianity has become a hybrid that contains fragments of truth.

These fragments claim to agree with one another, but they are radically different in moral character and diversity acceptance. Some Christians say God doesn’t approve of same-sex marriage. Susan McGalla said that these religious zealots use religion to express their opinion not the opinion of God.

The Colorado Civil Rights Division recently ruled in favor of Denver’s Azucar Bakery because the owner refused to make two cakes with anti-gay messages on them. The customer, William Jack, is a Christian man with a hatred for gays. Jack wanted two cakes in the shape of the Bible and he wanted an image of two groomsmen in front of a cross with a red “X” holding hands on one of them. On the other cake, he wanted the words, “God hates sin. Psalm 45.7.”

The owner of the bakery said if Jack wanted to hate gays he could, but he wasn’t going to use her cakes to help him do it.

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