Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma

Liberals Want the Right to Persecute Christians

Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman

No one would seriously expect that the government could force one of the Hollywood stars opposing Indiana’s “Religious Freedom Restoration Act” to play an opponent of same-sex marriage in a movie, or that government could force one of the pop stars now boycotting Indiana to write a song opposing same-sex marriage, or that the government would fine an atheist artist for refusing to paint a religious painting if the commission was offered. The demand that bakers, photographers, florists and others actively participate in same-sex weddings represents a new and frightening chapter in the Left’s war on Christians because there is a fundamental difference between merely selling goods to homosexuals, which all are willing to do, and using your creative energies and talent in the service of something that violates your Christian beliefs.

CHQ Launches Petition: End the Judicial Slavery of Christians, Support Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act

The demand that bakers, photographers, florists and others actively participate in same-sex weddings represents a new and frightening chapter in the Left’s war on Christians because there is a fundamental difference between merely selling, cookies, cakes, brownies and other goods to homosexuals, which all are willing to do, and using your creative energies and talent in the service of something that violates your Christian beliefs.

Don't Make Judicial Slaves of Christians: Support Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act

To: Governor Mike Pence, Indiana State Senate President Pro Tempore David Long and Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma 


Don't Make Judicial Slaves of Christians: Support Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act