Here We Go: There Have Been 15 Cases Where Christian Wedding Businesses Were Taken to Court for Beliefs Concerning Same-Sex Couples

There have been some 15 cases where Christian wedding businesses have been taken to court for refusing to serve same-sex couples.
According to WND.com, since the 2015 U.S. Supreme Court decision that legalized same-sex marriage, at least 15 cases have come to the courts, including the Colorado case where Christian baker Jack Phillips refused to make a wedding cake for a same sex couple. His case eventually won at the Supreme Court.
The cases were mentioned in Family Research Council’s new report, “Religious Liberty and the ‘Wedding Vendor’ Cases.”
“People of faith increasingly find themselves facing lawsuits (along with censure and hostility) when they refuse to renounce their religious beliefs on marriage and sexuality in living out their faith,” says Alexandra McPhee, director of Religious Freedom Advocacy at Family Research Council.
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Source: Christian Headlines