基督徒蛋糕師因拒絕寫上反同口號被基督徒客戶控告歧視

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After a Denver bakery refused to make Colorado resident Bill Jack a cake with an anti-gay message, Jack filed a discrimination complaint with the state Department of Regulatory Agencies’ Civil Rights division, according to Colorado television station KUSA.

Marjorie Silva (pictured above), the owner of Azucar Bakery, said Jack asked her to write phrases like “God hates gays” on a cake in March 2014, according to KUSA. He also wanted an image of two men holding hands with an “X” through them on the cake.

“After I read it, I was like ‘No way,’” Silva told KUSA. “‘We’re not doing this. This is just very discriminatory and hateful.’”

Jack is the founder of the Worldview Academy a camp “to train Christians to think and live in accord with a biblical worldview.”

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