A groom with short hair and cleanly shaven?
Why would a Christian baker expect a non-christian to obey Leviticus?
A couple with tattoos?
Why would a Christian baker expect non-christians to obey Leviticus?
A bride whose wedding dress is part polyester, Part silk?
How would the Baker know the wedding dress material of the bride? And why would a Christian baker expect a non-christian to obey Leviticus?
A gay couple?
How would the baker know the couple was having sexual relations? And why why would a Christian baker expect on-christians to obey Leviticus?
I am a Christian and I would gladly bake a cake for every group you mentioned. I don't expect non-christians to be bound by Leviticus.
In the real world, in a real life instance of this scenario, the Christian baker did not refuse to bake a cake for a gay couple.
But when he declined to decorate a cake for the couple, he was charged with discrimination by the state government.
The supreme court disagreed with the state (California of course) and chided the state for unfair and biased treatment of the bakers religious rights.
This thread, lifted directly from DDO, is the leftist chaffing at the sharp rebuke of the Supreme Court.
So they create a fake scenario, where they demand the baker acts incoherently by behaving as if Leviticus applies to non-christians, and think they have a gotcha! moment against Christians.
Now watch him dodge my questions.