Christians in the United Kingdom are waiting, as are Christians in the United States, for their highest court to decide whether an LGBT activist can force a Christian baker to produce a product that promotes homosexuality in violation of his faith.
Arguments concluded this week in the U.K.â€™s Supreme Court in the case against Ashers Bakery, which was fined by a lower court judge for refusing the request of activist Gareth Lee to make a cake for a same-sex couple.
An intermediate court admitted that the request to make the cake was declined because of the message, not the homosexual status of the person who ordered it. Nevertheless, the court said the rejection of the order amounted to discrimination.
The same issue was argued only weeks ago before the U.S. Supreme Court, in the case against Colorado baker Jack Phillips, who declined to create a wedding cake for two homosexuals at a time when ...