Equality - But NOT for Christians

Equality - But NOT for Christians

Christian Americans are under fire from the Equality Act. The anti-Christian law, passed by the House of Representatives last Thursday, will strip them of their freedom of association, forcing them to accept sinful lifestyles.

The protections enshrined in the First Amendment are to be denied to Christians. Under the newly unequal equality of the Democrat junta, LGBTQ+ enthusiasts have freedom of practice and freedom of association, but Christians lose the right to keep separate from them.

Under the law, a Christian florist would be required to provide flowers for a gay wedding. They could not refuse service.

Ever since the Masterpiece Cakeshop in Colorado refused service to a gay couple because the owner was a religious Christian, there has been a push from those on the political left to ensure this scenario cannot be repeated. 

The depth of feeling experienced by many was articulated by Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, who said of the Equality Act, “We are witnessing the greatest assault on religious freedom, biological reality, and parental rights ever seen in the US Congress. The sweeping Equality Act expands the definition of ‘public accommodation’ in many instances to include churches and schools – including religious schools. The bill redefines what it means to be ‘male and female.’ It politicizes medicine and forces doctors to violate their consciences. And it redefines religious freedom into something that would be unrecognizable to our Founding Fathers.”