• Mark Farmer

    Thanks, Sarah. Good (informative) stuff!

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  • Leslie Palma

    The gay rights activist is actually raising money to help defray the cost of the fine against the bakers, not outright giving them $150,000. A lovely gesture, either way.

  • Greg

    The gay rights activist couldn’t have taken a more condescending tone toward the evangelical bakers. He sounds more like the Pharisee praying loudly about his own righteousness than the humble sinner. What a terrible example of an “olive branch.”

  • Karla

    Greg-So true about the humble sinner. So many people today only want to
    talk about gay marriage and/or abortion so that they don’t have to humble
    themselves/admit their own sin. 1 Corinthians 6:9-12 lists many sins right
    along with homosexuality so we are all sinners who really need to Repent!
    Saying something mean and then laughing after like that makes it okay,
    sharp tongues,geting drunk,gambling,jealousy,coveting,gossip and also
    premarital sex are all rampid today cause most people only want to talk
    about gay marriage or abortion so they don’t have to face their own sin.
    People today seem to forget Jesus said you are one of Mine only if you
    follow Me and that many will say to Me Lord,Lord and not enter heaven!
    It doesn’t matter how spiritual people are if they aren’t Biblical they’re lost.
    If you you say you love Jesus then don’t follow the Bible/religion no Truth
    is in you! It’s not enough to believe in Jesus. We must Repent/follow Him!
    Bible says Repent and believe the Gospel to be saved. We all must Repent!

  • Larry M

    This gay evangelical Christian could not be more like Jesus Christ than in his attempt to pray for and love those who are against us. This is the heart of the Christian faith. If he follows through with what he says, he sets an example for every Christian to follow.

  • Larry

    It certainly was less condescending than denying the people business normally available to the general public on the basis of “religious beliefs”.

    Frankly I have no sympathy for the bakers. They acted in an uncivil malicious manner and got penalized for it.