Colorado Supreme Court Declines to Hear Case of Baker Ordered to Make Cake for Homosexual Celebration

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By Heather Clark |

PhillipsDENVER, Co. — The Colorado Supreme Court has declined to hear the case of a baker who was ordered to make a cake for an event celebrating the union of two homosexual men, allowing the lower court’s order to stand.

“Upon consideration of the Petition for Writ of Certiorari to the Colorado Court of Appeals and after review of the record, briefs, and the judgment of said Court of Appeals, it is ordered that said Petition for Writ of Certiorari shall be, and the same hereby is denied,” it wrote in a brief order.

Two of the court’s seven judges said they would have accepted the case on religious freedom grounds.

As previously reported, last August, the Colorado Court of Appeals upheld a lower court order against baker Jack Phillips of Masterpiece Cake Shop, asserting that providing the cake for the event does not equal an endorsement of same-sex nuptials.

“Nothing in the record supports the conclusion that a reasonable observer would interpret Masterpiece’s providing a wedding cake for a same-sex couple as an endorsement of same-sex marriage rather than a reflection of its desire to conduct business in accordance with Colorado’s public accommodations law,” it ruled. (Click here to read more).


One Comment on “Colorado Supreme Court Declines to Hear Case of Baker Ordered to Make Cake for Homosexual Celebration”

  1. The book of Revelation really is speeding up, the Lord said these days were coming and they truly are upon us. Help us to stand in boldness upon Your Word Lord?!

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