It is illegal for Christians to ‘discriminate’ against gays even though it violates their religious beliefs, but it is perfectly alright and legal for a gay to refuse to serve a Christian based on their beliefs. Don’t worry, I have real life examples to prove my case. So what gives?
Last week, the internet and media was on fire with Arizona’s Religious Freedom bill. With no one actually reading the bill itself or taking the time to understand what it actually said, and with the words ‘gay, homosexual, etc.’ never even being used in the actual legislation, the media and left somehow twisted it into not a religious-freedom bill, but an anti-gay/homophobic/jim-crow for gays law.
Most of you have probably heard about the recent cases where a Christian business owner (baker, florist, photographer) politely declined to work for a gay wedding. In every instance, the courts and government ruled in favor of the gays saying the Christians discriminated by not complying, even though the Christians stated they have no problem serving gay customers, it’s only when it’s a gay wedding that there is an issue, because their deeply-held religious beliefs say that a wedding is something special and significant designed by God. In Matt Walsh’s blog, he nicely summarized each of the more recent and significant cases: