WATCH: Will the Supreme Court Protect a Christian Baker’s Religious Freedom?

Jack Phillips, the Christian baker sued for declining to bake a “wedding” cake for homosexuals, although he offered to sell them a cake already made, was in court on Tuesday.

The nation’s highest court heard arguments for and against protecting his constitutionally guaranteed religious freedom to actually live his faith. He’s within his rights not to provide services that would conflict with his faith or his values.

No one would expect a black baker to make a KKK-themed wedding cake, and no one would fault him if he declined that particular service.

Phillips and florist Barronelle Stutzman, sued after she refused to arrange flowers for a homosexual “wedding,” spoke after the arguments:

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  1. The video was interrupted, then removed (“Unavailable” now appears on the screen. Is this censorship ?