Wedding Cake

Christian Bakers Who Faced $135K in Penalties for Refusing to Make Wedding Cake for Lesbian Couple Plan to Relaunch Business

Melissa and Aaron Klein, the Christian bakers who faced $135,000 in penalties that were later dropped for refusing to make a wedding cake for a lesbian couple, are working on relaunching a new business.

Supreme Court to Review Colorado’s Constant Attacks on Jack Phillips, Other Christians

The United States Supreme Court will be looking into the years-long battle between Jack Phillips and the state of Colorado stemming from his refusal to bake a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.

‘God’s Not Dead’ series seeks new life with timely tale of homeschoolers standing up to government

The latest installment in the Christian film series revives the feisty spirit of the original, which grossed a stunning $60 million.

Judges Rule Christian Web Designer’s Beliefs Do Not Supersede Colorado Law as She Refuses to Promote Gay Marriage

When Colorado baker Jack Phillips was asked to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding, he likely had no idea his polite refusal would snowball into one of the biggest First Amendment cases of the modern era.

What Jack Phillips would say differently to gay couple he refused to make wedding cake (interview)

In July 2012, when the federal government and most states in the United States did not legally recognize gay marriages, a Colorado baker found himself the subject of an anti-discrimination case for refusing to make a same-sex wedding cake on religious grounds.

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