Bakers Who Refused to Make a Gay Wedding Cake Double Down
Officials in Oregon have ruled that Sweet Cakes by Melissa, a bakery that made national news after refusing to make a cake for a gay wedding last year, violated a lesbian coupleâs civil rights.
Owners Aaron and Melissa Klein, Christians who oppose same-sex unions, reacted to the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industriesâ ruling in an interview with KATU-TV, telling the outlet that they stand by their convictions.
âWe still stand by what we believe from the beginning,â said Aaron Klein. âIâm not sure what future holds, but as far as where weâre at right now âŠ itâs almost as if the state is hostile toward Christian businesses.â...
Randy wrote: I wonder what would have happened before they said we won't bake your cake , the owners started to wittness to the gay couple about the Love of Jesus Christ , You think they would walk out because they were offended or convicted . Ps. They can say there civil rights were violated , but what about the owners Christian beliefs .
I wonder what would have happened before they said we won't bake your cake , the owners started to wittness to the gay couple about the Love of Jesus Christ , You think they would walk out because they were offended or convicted . Ps. They can say there civil rights were violated , but what about the owners Christian beliefs .
They're all trying to get a spot in front of a camera these days, John. I don't believe it's to further their cause to gain acceptance, but rather the fight for tolerance and acceptance has become lucrative and I think they hunt down florists, bakers, and the like for pure monetary gain these days. Yes, sin is sin, but there are varying degrees of sin and I can't imagine God's eternal punishments for leaving the natural use of the body, and this includes beatiality, as much as it makes me cringe to type it. God destroyed an entire city because it's inhabitants were filled with every vile thing, but mainly, homosexuality; even wanting to rape the angels, although they weren't aware of who they were, but it just shows that the crowd was of one mind. Consider how angry God must have been to actually destroy Sodom and Gomorrah, then consider how angry he must be now with our lawmakers and the sodomite community. Especially those who claim to be Christians; trying to deceive the younger generation into believing that God has changed.
Good for the Klein's for standing up against the state. What is with homosexuals anyway? It is not as if they couldn't go somewhere else and have stupid wedding cake made for their abomination ceremony.