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What should Christians do when gays try to force them to do something against their beliefs?

We've recently had several cases of Christians who are bakers, photographers, innkeepers, etc who refuse to bake cakes, take wedding pictures, or host weddings when it concerns homosexuals because it's against their religious beliefs and the gays are using local government to force them. What should they do? I say they should bake bad cakes, take crappy pictures, and decorate the hall in uncoordinated colors. What are your suggestions?

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Mike (Old Poolman) says

3 years ago
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    junkseller 3 years ago

    So, you'd be fine with a gay business owner refusing a Christian, or a pacifist refusing an old white guy in an NRA hat? How about a Muslim refusing unveiled women? Or a liberal refusing someone wearing a tea party shirt?

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IDONO says

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Keith Abt (FatFreddysCat) says

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    Cassie Smith 3 years ago

    Freddy, it's not a question about the money, it is a question of the individual being forced to perform a service that does not agree with their belief. Would the state force a Christian to bake a cake for a Satanist event?

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Darrell Roberts says

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T. Clifton (BuffaloGal1960) says

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    Cassie Smith 3 years ago

    It's an interesting point that you make. Christ himself who did not want to kowtow to the state paid for it with his life. It is amazing to me that an individual Christian will be persecuted for their belief in the USA in the 21st century.

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Rain Defence says

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    Mike (Old Poolman) 3 years ago

    I agree with you. The decision to turn away business is strictly up to the business owner. Most business owners don't do this except in extreme cases because they need the income.