Discussions about politics and goings on around the world. (Please keep discussions civil!)
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Yes, the owner should have the right to refuse service and bear the consequences of that choice. e.g loss of customers.
But I highly doubt the owners words. He doesnt want tolerance, he wants acceptance and even permission. Ranting about how the christians would not be tolerant if he started [love] his boyfriend right there is ridiculous. Whose gonna tolerate any couple hetero or otherwise [love] in a cafe? Some sorta cafe that would be.....
I didn't know you were in the navy.
1 Corinthians 1:9
9 God is faithful, through whom you were called into fellowship with His Son, Jesus Christ our Lord.
"Christianity is not a joke, but it has some very poor representatives."
St. Richard the Sarcastic--The Patron Saint of Irony