Benjamin Bull

And this is when the intolerance of Christianity comes into full view. The same British government that said a secularly-owned business has no obligation to allow a Christian to wear her cross has now gone the extra step—in the Bulls’ case—to claim that no one forces Christians to start a business and, therefore, they can’t object when the government wants to force them to violate their consciences.

In other words, if you’re a secularist, you and the law are going to get along just fine. But if you are a Christian, you start a business at your own peril.

It’s kind of like saying, “heads I win, tails you lose.”

That’s the new face of “tolerance” that has replaced “Victorian,” biblical ideals like freedom of expression and religion.

To anyone who’s really thinking, the Judeo-Christian principles that truly respect dissenters with a conscience are welcome ideals indeed.

Benjamin Bull

Benjamin Bull is an attorney with the Alliance Defending Freedom.