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In just the past 24 hours, two courts reaffirmed that religious beliefs can't justify discrimination against lesbians and gay men.
One thing is absolutely clear. God is indebted to Jack for letting people know how God would have felt about gay marriage had God thought of it when having Jesus make the announcement about loving one's neighbors as oneself.
The ancient, bland doyen of the religious Right, Phyllis Schlafly -- an anti-feminist, anti-gay mother of a gay son -- has been wheeled out yet again to pontificate about "Cakegate," that sad attempt by daft conservatives to turn cakes into the last battle of the culture war.
Those who would use the cake cases to promote legislation allowing businesses to discriminate in the name of religion should be careful what they ask for.
LAKEWOOD, Colo. — Jack Phillips is a baker whose evangelical Protestant faith informs his business. There are no Halloween
Similarly, the Southern Evangelical Seminary's Richard Land argued, "This would be like going to a bakery owned by an African
As Good As You blogger Jeremy Hooper originally reported, Land blasted the Colorado Civil Rights Commission's May 30 decision
Mullins and Craig were married in Massachusetts and wanted a wedding cake for a reception to celebrate their union in Colorado
Klingenschmitt, of course, is hardly the first to renounce the ruling. Last week, the American Family Association's Bryan
Fischer, whose opposition to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights is well-established, said Phillips, who