Gays Want Wedding Cake

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MarkMulder

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notuptome

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Why must some people insist on making other people do what they do not want to do? Is there only one bakery in the world? This situation is all about politics and nothing to do about wedding cakes. Sodomites cannot be married by Gods standard in any case.

For the cause of Christ
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capemaykid

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I agree, it is just the same as the state making town clerks issue marriage licences even if they are Christian and do not agree with it.
 
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Ugly

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Another? This was on the news yesterday.
I've seen at least 2 other news reports on this exact same thing in the past year. And a few threads on them.
 

Dude653

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​The money aint gay....just sayin
 

Photoss

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Being forced by law to serve someone goes both ways.

 
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MarkMulder

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I've seen at least 2 other news reports on this exact same thing in the past year. And a few threads on them.

Could be, but this case was recent. I had never heard about gays insisting on getting wedding cakes from christian bakeries before, but if that does happen a lot it's a problem. Why do they INSIST on getting one from a christian baker in the first place? I find it hard to believe (with a country like the US) that they don't have more bakeries in their vicinity. This is just a provocation, maybe we should INSIST on evangelizing in gay bars or something.
 

paulsfam4

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they can buy a oven they can make their own..
 
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That's my take on it. Why not use this as an opportunity to evangelize instead of discriminate. Talk to them about the loving forgiveness of Messiah, and the sacrifice he made for us. Tell them you'll be happy to bake their cake as long as they are willing to let you tell them about the word of truth. Bake the cake and when you bring it to the venue, bring a bunch of bible believers to "assist." You can sing "What a friend we have in Jesus" in four part harmony the whole time you're setting it up.

The question for me is this; is it more important to spread the word and the light or to protect your own soul from damnation? If you say the latter, you've forfeited both, imho.

maybe we should INSIST on evangelizing in gay bars or something
...and, William Booth, founder of the Salvation Army, did exactly that. He went into the streets and the bars and the whorehouses and the dregs of society and preached the live giving water of Messiah can cleanse us all.
William Booth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Perhaps that is exactly what we should be doing, in fact.


Could be, but this case was recent. I had never heard about gays insisting on getting wedding cakes from christian bakeries before, but if that does happen a lot it's a problem. Why do they INSIST on getting one from a christian baker in the first place? I find it hard to believe (with a country like the US) that they don't have more bakeries in their vicinity. This is just a provocation, maybe we should INSIST on evangelizing in gay bars or something.
 

Agricola

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Being forced by law to serve someone goes both ways.
So the opposite is to reject people who you serve, that is what happened with blacks being banned from white shops wasnt it?
 

MarkMulder

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So the opposite is to reject people who you serve, that is what happened with blacks being banned from white shops wasnt it?
You cannot compare the two groups.
Being "black" is not a sin, and you can't choose NOT to be black.
It's offensive to african americans to compare THEIR struggle
to the fuss the gays are making these days, and maybe even racist.

 
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TashMeyer76

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​The money aint gay....just sayin
1 Cor 10:27 - 28 27 If one of the unbelievers invites you and you want to go, eat anything that is set before you without asking questions for conscience' sake. 28 But if anyone says to you, "This is meat sacrificed to idols," do not eat it, for the sake of the one who informed you, and for conscience' sake.

Same goes for the trading in money, in my opinion - just something revealed to me not too long ago.
 
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sunnysky31

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Well, I don't know. I've seen these types of stories often. Should be able to deny service like that if you wish.

One thing is for sure, gay men get a better deal on the cake topper because they don't have to buy two dresses.
 

Radius

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this is the problem that I have with fining those people who refuse to make a wedding cake for gay couples. It goes strictly against our Christian belief that God has ordained from long ago that marriage is to be a communion between a man and a woman.

Now what if a satanist comes into my wood sculpture shop and demands I carve him a satan statue to worship. Am I supposed to honor that man's wish? No. Id rather lose my business and be thrown in jail before I would carve him satan to worship. And im serious about that.