This is the epilogue to the conflict that ensued when a Colorado baker refused to participate in a gay wedding in 2012. The baker is a Christian, and he is not opposed to serving gays or baking cakes for them. He simply feels that he cannot participate in a gay wedding in good conscience. As a result, the Colorado Civil Rights Commission has ordered him to bake cakes for gay weddings and to undergo mandatory “anti-discrimination” training. Watch the report above or read it here.
Again, he is not opposed to serving gay people. He simply doesn’t want to participate in their weddings. Now the coercive power of the state is coming down on him to force him to violate his conscience. This is a violation of religious liberty and a portent of things to come.