Imagine if Alcoholics Anonymous had to post directions to the nearest bar or cut-rate liquor store?
Or if Weight Watchers had to send people to Baskin-Robbins or Fatburger?
Or if Gamblers Anonymous had to give out maps to the nearest casino?
In a big win for religious liberty, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 7-2 on Monday that a Christian baker cannot be forced to bake a wedding cake for a same-sex ceremony.
Although some observers said the ruling was a “narrow” victory, there was much in the majority opinion and concurring opinions that strongly made the case for religious liberty and freedom of conscience.
A major studio releases a new movie, and the buzz is loud and wide. Television, print and Internet ads, along with the critics, tout it as “must-see.”
But is it worthy of our time and money? Should Christians patronize this new Hollywood offering? Should our children see it?