1. The gay couple are themself christians and like the christian theme.
2. They are openminded and don't believe that all christians hate gays.
Also that if you live in a small town and their are only one bakery should then redheads, blacks, blue eyed or people taller then 6 feet have to go to another town if they want bread and cakes if the owner for some reason want to discriminate against whos groups?
You, my brothers and sisters, were called to be free. But do not use your freedom to indulge the flesh; rather, serve one another humbly in love.For the entire law is fulfilled in keeping this one command: “Love your neighbor as yourself.”
I have an issue with scenarios like this. The argument has been made over and over, let business owners discriminate and if the marketplace of consumers doesn't like it, that business will suffer. The marketplace will speak and all will be righted.
So, here we have businesses who are doing just that, and there is an outcry when the marketplace speaks.
It soul crushing to hear my LGBT and non-white family, friends and acquaintances tell me of the bigotry they are routinely confronted with, so I will not condemn those who choose to confront it. Despite the quoted scenario.
So have at me.
Now the same person chooses to open the same business in the "middle of society" because that offers a clear benefit, safety, good environment for business, etc. etc. It is only right to "have a price" for that benefit and that price is regulations and laws that protect society while anyone conducts their business. Also important to note is that safety and order in society must come first and justly so, otherwise who would want to do business there. Part of that order is nondiscrimination. If a person is so devout to a particular faith that they do want to pick and choose, there are ways for them to do it. Unfortunately many want the benefit of doing business in a safe open society but without contributing to it.