You failed the analogy portion of the SAT, I see. Both cases are concerning use of religious tenets to ignore the law. The jewish one is more compelling in that it is an actual tenet, not just a vague interpretation, and that it is supposed to be based on a true incident.
<quoted text>For someone who is always attempting to tell strangers how smart you are..........that IQ of yours is hitting a new low. I was referring college kids who usually have offensive theme parties. Didn't think I needed to draw you a picture. Your analogy is another fail because refusing to bake a cake because it goes against ones religious beliefs has nothing to do with endangering people on the road in order to get home before sundown for a religious ritual.