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From the Archives: Religious Freedom for Muslims? Yes. For Christians? Hmm…

Originally published in March 2017

Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), which represents Christians fighting to protect their First Amendment rights, went to the University of Wisconsin at Madison and asked students whether creative professionals — like fashion designer Sophie Theallet, who refused to design clothes for the First Lady for political reasons — have the right to refuse to perform services.

ADF also asked whether a Muslim had a right to decline to sing at a Christian church for a Resurrection Day service.

You can guess their answers to both questions.

The students apparently didn’t know that Madison and the state have laws that could allow people to sue individuals and owners for turning down their business based on freedom of conscience and religion.

When ADF asked whether Christian creative professionals had the same right to decline providing services for homosexual “weddings,” for example, well…watch the video:

The bias against Christians is deep and hypocritical, and every Christian should fight against it. The world stands against those who profess Christ.

But He did say that if “the world hates you, you know that it hated Me before it hated you.”

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3 comments

  1. When someone leaves Christianity, we PRAY. When someone leaves Islam, they SLAY.

  2. This is explained in Jonathan Haidt’s book “The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion.” Values and moral judocuments are intuitive, not rational. In fact, the reasoning process goes through somersaults to justify illogical moral stances, as we saw in the video when the interviewees were stumped by the last question. They KNEW their positions were illogical but Still tried to make sense of them.