KY Court Ruling Protects Christian Business Against Homosexual Agenda Coercion
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A great decision from the Kentucky Court of Appeals that recently ruled in favor of a Christian business, Hands On Originals, and its managing owner. This particular organization I should say refused to print t-shirts for the 2012 Lexington Pride Festival because the owner, Blaine Adamson, disagreed with the shirt’s message of pride in being gay.
Well, he was ultimately the target of a so-called “human rights” complaint, and this case now went up to the Court of Appeals and the Court of Appeals ruled in the favor of this Christian-owned business. So this is a great new development!
Mat Staver: So Matt, this is a case that went the right way, which sided with a Christian-owned business called Hands On Originals, that did not want to participate in forced speech. Which would have forced the Christian owner, Blaine Adamson, to support the message that there is pride in being gay.
Matt Barber: Yea, and you know, my friend Bryan Fischer with American Family Radio, American Family Association, wrote a great column on this…
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