The Family Leader is calling Christian Americans to prayer as Jack Phillips is about to make his case to the Supreme Court of United States. A victory against Jack will likely give the Rainbow Jihad and its progressive allies the weapons they need to pound the final nails into “the rotting corpse of Christianity” and making hell on earth for God Fearing Christians in America.
All about Love? Nope, its all about feeling good regardless of how can destroy a person not only physically but spiritually. And they will hurt anyone or anything to get that fix.
Forgive me for starting a piece with the oldest cliché in the practice of law. As the saying goes, “If the law is on your side, pound on the law. If the facts are on your side, pound on the facts. If neither are on your side, pound on the table.” In the run-up to the oral arguments in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission on December 5, we’re seeing a lot of table-pounding from the Left. In fact, I’ve never seen a case more mischaracterized in my entire legal career.
On Tuesday, Dec. 5, arguments will be heard before the U.S. Supreme Court in a case that will dramatically impact religious liberty in America.
Though our Founding Fathers enshrined your religious liberty in the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, activists and like-minded judges want you to believe that you must abandon your religious and moral convictions when you run a business. Worse still, they argue the government should be able to force you to publicly agree with its position on same-sex marriage, even if that means violating your faith.
One Of The Most Important Cases In Recent Supreme Court History Will Be Argued Tomorrow. Here’s What You Need To Know.
The case revolves around a man named Jack Phillips. Jack is a baker. He makes and decorates cakes. He has a simple rule: he’ll sell anyone a cake. Gay, straight, transgender, green. Anyone. But he won’t make a custom cake for every event. As a religious Christian, this means that he sees it as sinful participation to make a custom cake celebrating a same-sex wedding. So he’ll make a cake for a same-sex wedding, but he won’t decorate it as such (no groom-groom wedding toppers, for example). He also refuses to make cakes that push anti-gay messages, anti-American messages, and adult-themed messages.