Court Rules Christians Must Surrender Their Faith
It didn't happen in Europe, but here in the United States and the court ruled that surrendering your Christian beliefs "is the price of citizenship."
(Red State) The case centered around Elaine Huguenin, a Christian in New Mexico
who owned a photography business. She was asked to provide services to a gay
commitment ceremony between two lesbians, Vanessa Willock and her partner. Ms.
Huguenin and her husband declined to provide their services because they are
Christians and the orthodox tenets of their faith tell them that marriage is
between a man and a woman. See e.g. Matthew 19.
Vanessa Willock, in an act of spite and retribution, decided to file a discrimination claim and punish Mrs. Huguenin for adhering to her religious beliefs. In a very profound decision, the New Mexico Supreme Court ruled that Christians, Muslims, Orthodox Jews, and others must surrender the faithful practice of their religion in the name of citizenship.
In fact, Justice Richard Bosson in a concurring opinion, wrote: "At its heart, this case teaches that at some point in our lives all of us must compromise, if only a little, to accommodate the contrasting values of others…. That compromise is part of the glue that holds us together as a nation, the tolerance that lubricates the varied moving parts of us as a people…. In short, I would say to the Huguenins, with the utmost respect: it is the price of citizenship."
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