Today the US Supreme Court handed down the right decision in protecting the First Amendment rights of Colorado baker Jack Phillips. In a 7-2 decision the US Supreme Court ruled that the Colorado Civil Rights Commission had displayed anti-Christian bias towards Jack Phillips in their dealings with him in the complaint filed by two homosexual men when Phillips refused to bake a custom cake for their same-sex “wedding.”
In December the US Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the Masterpiece Cakeshop Ltd. v. Colorado Anti-Discrimination Commission case which pits a baker’s religious freedom against Colorado’s addition of “sexual orientation” to its anti-discrimination laws. The outcome of this case has ramifications for every Christian business owner in America. Homosexual activists are hoping for a win during this their ‘gay pride’ month. Pray daily for the nine Justice on the US Supreme Court – that they would simply interpret the Constitution and not rewrite it.
The First Amendment of the US Constitution hangs in the balance. Will homosexual activists get their way in their demand that every American affirm their relationship or will the US Supreme Court uphold the religious freedom of Christian business owners who do not want to use their God-given talents to help celebrate something they view as sinful?
AFA of PA encourages Christians, through education, to become involved in pro-family issues in their community, state and the nation. This is some of what has been going on in the Commonwealth and the nation.
Thank these three businesses: The Lost Cajun Kitchen in Columbia, PA; Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood, CO and the Philadelphia Wax Museum.