What is religious freedom and why does it matter? Anyone who believes that they can sit these questions out will soon learn they cannot. Indifference will no longer be possible. As my friend Erick Erickson likes to say, “You will be made to care.” And you will be made to care sooner rather than later.
There are differences between accessing general public accommodations and asking, or rather, coercing, an individual to lend their talents and services to an activity, action, or gathering that he or she thinks is sinful. Whether an individual is “affirming” or “participating” in their service is actually irrelevant. The locus of this debate is focused on the conscience, not degrees of complicity or accessory. Read More Here: http://www.canonandculture.com/how-now-shall-we-bake/