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A Major Religious Freedom Victory You Probably Didn’t Hear About

Posted on June 6, 2017 in Public Policy, Religious Freedom by

Adamson made it very clear that he would be willing to print shirts for the group if it did not promote the homosexual lifestyle, which he told the newspaper. This shows that he has no animosity towards any person and he certainly does not hate anyone. Adamson simply wants to live and do business according to his religious convictions. And he does not want the government to tell him he must support a message that violates those convictions.

Adamson also told The Blaze that it was about the message of the pride festival and the fact that it would violate his convictions to support that message:

Christian Business Owner Refuses to Print Gay T-Shirt. Gay Business Owner Agrees?

Posted on November 19, 2014 in Marriage, Religious Freedom by

Are you willing to promote messages and ideas that you don’t support?

Would you be willing to help support an organization, parade, or message that violates your values and beliefs?

That’s the position Blaine Adamson, owner of Hands On Originals, a Christian-owned T-shirt printing company has found himself in.

When Adamson refused to print a T-shirt promoting a homosexual message and parade, which would have violated his religious convictions, he was sued. He was accused of discrimination and bigotry for his actions though Adamson and his company have not only worked with homosexuals, but employed them, in the past.

Nevertheless, the lawsuit proceeded and Adamson was charged with discrimination and found guilty after the incident in 2012. Adamson has since been ordered to attend “diversity training” in order to make sure a similar incident doesn’t happen in the future.

While this story seems to be common in our society, what is not common is an uncommon ally coming to the defense of Adamson and his right to refuse to violate his values and convictions.

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