Does the government have the right to force Christians (or anyone else) to say or do things that violate their conscience and/or religious views? The Supreme Court recently ruled in the favor of a Christian graphic artist who the Court declared cannot be compelled to create designs with which she disagrees, including same-sex weddings. Was this decision an act of discrimination against the LGBTQ+ community, or a true act of justice?
In this midweek podcast episode, Frank reacts to an insightful article written by Dr. Michael Brown entitled ‘Questions for Those Who Differ With the SCOTUS Decision in Favor of a Christian Graphic Artist’ that addresses the Supreme Court’s ruling in this controversial case. Later in the episode, Frank responds to several listener questions about the deity of Christ, how to pray for loved ones who are embracing sexual immorality, and why God seemingly allowed people to lie in the Old Testament (1 Samuel 16) .
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Dr. Brown’s article on The Stream: https://bit.ly/3rvtHze