All of this, this week on Faith on Trial on Iowa Catholic Radio, 1150 AM, and 88.5 & 94.5 FM and streaming live on IowaCatholicRadio.com. Tune in Saturday at 8 a.m.; Sunday at 2 & 7, and Monday at 9 p.m. (Central).
Thursday, September 5, 2013
This week: A bakery closing and “crimes against humanity”
This week on Faith on Trial: We will be discussing the dangers of the militant homosexual agenda to faithful Christians. Bryan Fischer, director of issue analysis for the American Family Association, will discuss the closing of a bakery in Oregon that refused to bake a “wedding” cake for a lesbian couple. We’ll go behind the bare details of the case to see how Sweet Cakes by Melissa was hounded out of business because its owner did not want to violate her religious beliefs. Following Bryan we will have Harry Mehet, attorney with Liberty Counsel, who is representing a pastor from Massachusetts who is being sued for “crimes against humanity” for statements the pastor made in Uganda supporting traditional marriage. Normally, a case like that would be dismissed for failure to state a recognizable claim; however, in this case the federal judge denied the pastor’s motion and set the matter for trial.
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