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originally posted by: mclarenmp4
a reply to: Metallicus
But it's not against his religious beliefs because if he is a christian he should treat every person with same amount of compassion as Jesus did and instead of rejecting a fellow human for their actions, he should do the christian thing and compassionately pray for the transgressions of their souls. He showed a distinct lack of Christianity in his dealings with the same sex couple.
Any person that shows bigotry in Jesus's name will be judged in the afterlife but I will pray for their souls and hope they can see the light in their dealings with their fellow man.
originally posted by: grey580
We've had laws on the books since the 60's that say if you're a business you don't deny service to anyone based upon X criteria. This is nothing new.
originally posted by: Bone75
If the couple specifically asked for a "wedding" cake, then the baker was well within his rights to refuse as gay marriage is illegal in Colorado. It sounds like the judge is the one who needs intensive training on Colorado discrimination laws.