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I'm guessing he never read Isaiah 10:1-3?
Obama is a testament to ego.
no, you don't have to do that. get some tickets to a game or show or make dinner plans or decide to host a party. then say you're busy. Or just straight up tell them you won't be a good fit and leave it at that. I know several photographers who've done that also, and it wasn't a gay "couple." Just because thought they wouldn't be a good fit.
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FactsVsFeelings Wrote: Aug 23, 2013 4:55 PM
Watched the "thrill killing" clip online last night and thought you did a great job, Katie! I loved your arguments... you were right on!
First of all... you really shouldn't tell them that you were declining because of religious objections. If you are a business owner, use a little tact and perhaps just tell them you're busy or that you won't be a good fit and recommend them to a few other photographers. Secondly, even if you DO tell them that, the "couple" should have just moved on. When it comes to wedding photography, one of the most important aspects is for one to have a personal relationship with the photographer, so why wouldn't you just move on and find someone else? Thirdly, this might come down to being more open and real on the web and social media. Did this "couple" know that Elane Photography was Christian based? If they did, they might have skipped over them. I think it all could have been avoided with some common sense. But, this is still scary. Unless they signed a contract (point number four... you're not legally bound unless you had a contract) our first amendment rights stand. You have the freedom to not work for a "couple" and you also have the freedom to decline a shoot.
This is frightening for me, as a young entrepreneur with a dream to become a wedding photographer at some point. This was one thing I was scared about.... and it's happening...!
It's all inspirational, not the gospel. Basically it's summed up in 2 Timothy 4:1-4... those who have "itching ears." eg, those who hear what they want to hear, not what they need to hear.
Of course. We do everything wrong here in this grand ol' state.
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