you make a false accusation but that is not surprising.<quoted text>
That's the nature of religious scripture when there is no universal agreement as to its interpretation. Of course, you didn't have an issue telling me my assertion about the Christian new testament verses about obeying civil authorities was incorrect either, did you hypocrite?
If you acknowledge religious beliefs can't be proven right or wrong, then your phrasing the "right to be wrong" regarding religious belief is not only poorly articulated but rather stupid as well.
It's even simpler and more accurate to state everyone has the freedom to profess their religious beliefs without implying a value judgment of "right" or "wrong".
On the contrary, you said you had the right to be heard. But that was weeks, if not months, ago now and I'm not wasting my time going back to find the exact post since you can't be bothered to respond to others' comments in a timely manner.
Pay attention: Baronelle isn't being charged with breaking federal anti-discrmination law; she's being charged with breaking the anti-discrimination law of the state of Washington. And her business most certainly does qualify as a public accommodation as defined by the state of Washington. And you think otherwise, it just proves you're illiterate and uneducated since you're unable to read and accurately comprehend the pertinent Washington statute that's been cited for you several times already.
certainly i don't "have an issue telling [you that your] assertion about the Christian new testament verses about obeying civil authorities was incorrect" i also don't try to stop you from living your conviction if you choose to always obey civil authorities. however we all know that that is not a conviction of your's so who is the hypocrite?
then you say;
"t's even simpler and more accurate to state everyone has the freedom to profess their religious beliefs without implying a value judgment of "right" or "wrong".
how does that apply to the conversation about the florist? did she call them sinners, evil people, did she try to stop them from getting married? no she respected their right to be wrong. now it's time perhaps that they respect her right to be wrong.
you see, you really have a problem with people who think that you are wrong and don't want to have any part with your error. but it's ok if they are wrong as long as you don't have to have any part with their error.