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Victory: U.S. Christians Do Not Have To Print For Homosexualists

On May 12 a U.S. federal court ruled that Blaine Adamson cannot be forced to print homosexualist texts that contradict his Christian believes.

Adamson runs a small print shop in Lexington, Kentucky. In 2012, homosexuals asked him to print for them T-shirts with homosexualist slogans. He refused referring to other printers: “I don’t leave my faith at the door when I walk into my business.”

The homosexualists filed a complaint at a so-called Human Rights Commission that sentenced Adamson to print the shirts and to attend a brainwashing session called "diversity training". This decision was overturned in 2015 by a Kentucky court that ruled that the Commission violated Adamson’s right to free speech. On Friday the Kentucky Court of Appeals confirmed this decision.

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Jungerheld
@Holy Cannoli, great idea donating the profit to a marriage organization! 👏 It would be great to have a sign in the window that says, "Ten percent of all proceeds goes to assisting sacramental marriage of ONE man and ONE woman open to children. To me, this is't about the guilt of a Christian, but the freedom to run your business as you wish. He can decline the business and "suffer" the lost …More
@Holy Cannoli, great idea donating the profit to a marriage organization! 👏 It would be great to have a sign in the window that says, "Ten percent of all proceeds goes to assisting sacramental marriage of ONE man and ONE woman open to children. To me, this is't about the guilt of a Christian, but the freedom to run your business as you wish. He can decline the business and "suffer" the lost income if he feels that is what he should do. In other words, I don't see it being about avoiding guilt, but the freedom to live your conscience!
Holy Cannoli
Victory?
The homos will have the shirts made somewhere so why shouldn't the Christians make the most of the situation. Make the shirts (bake the cake or whatever) but have the work done by another printer, baker, etc. and have it delivered back to your print shop but don't tell the homos. This will satisfy the guilty consciences of the Christian printers.

Here's where the fun starts. Make sure …More
Victory?
The homos will have the shirts made somewhere so why shouldn't the Christians make the most of the situation. Make the shirts (bake the cake or whatever) but have the work done by another printer, baker, etc. and have it delivered back to your print shop but don't tell the homos. This will satisfy the guilty consciences of the Christian printers.

Here's where the fun starts. Make sure to tell the homos that you will be donating any profit earned from their order (your cost for the shirts plus a suitable profit) to a traditional marriage organization and that you will thank the homos for their generosity with a sign in the window of the Christian business. 👏
The homos won't go for it. They will leave and will advise their homo friends of those mean Christians printers. If the homos decide to have the shirts printed anyway, the Christians get to make a donation (hopefully a sizable one) to a Christian organization in the name of the homos. That is a Victory. 👍
It's about time that Christian businessmen started thinking like our “elder brothers in the faith.” 👌
Jungerheld
Any court who takes their responsibility even a little seriously has to see that this is the right decision and acknowledge the way other cases have quite unjustly destroyed lives and unleashed utter chaos. I can only imagine what is going on, "behind the scenes" across the country...