A Denver, Colorado pastor has uttered an unprovable claim about what Jesus would do.
Dustin Adkins says that Jesus would have baked a wedding cake for the two faggots pictured below. What the pastor leaves out is that Jesus would also likely have told them, “Go, and sin no more.”
Fake pastors who are either perverts themselves or who go along with perversion to be politically correct are an abomination.
A church in Denver posted a sign condemning the decision from the Supreme Court in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to sell to a gay couple for their wedding.
At South Broadway Christian Church, a sign offers the times for Sunday worship along with the message ‘Jesus would have baked that cake.’
‘Jesus worked with folks on the periphery of society, mistreated and marginalized,’ said Pastor Dustin Adkins, who posted the message, to KUSA.
‘Those folks are the ones he welcomes the most.’
Homos are not in the least big marginalized in America today. It’s also hard to see how they’re being mistreated when there’s no law saying they have no right to a cake because the baking of gay wedding cakes is outlawed.
Actually, outlawing those cakes would be great, but I live in reality, not fantasy, and they’re not going to be outlawed.
After Jack Phillips refused to make a cake for David Mullins and Charlie Craig’s wedding in 2012, the gay couple filed a complaint with the Colorado Civil Rights Commission.
The Commission ruled in their favor, saying Phillips had violated the state’s anti-discrimination law, which bars businesses from discriminating against customers based on their race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation.
But that was soon overturned when the Supreme Court decided against the Commission on Monday.
The majority of the justices voted 7-2 that the Commission violated Phillips’ First Amendment right to exercise his religion.
Justice Anthony Kennedy, who was forecast to be the swing vote, wrote the majority opinion, saying Phillips’ Free Exercise rights were violated because the Commission showed hostility to his religious beliefs when they were making the decision.
The justices’ 7-2 ruling was limited, and didn’t deal with the biggest concern in the case – whether religious people like baker Jack Phillips could refuse to serve gay or lesbian people.
Would Jesus really have baked a wedding cake for these two queers?