In a new video by Alliance Defending Freedom, students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison support religious rights for Muslims but not Christians.
Students said that if a Christian church asked a Muslim singer to sing, they had a right to refuse. “Yeah, if that goes against your religious view, I feel you have a right to turn that down,” one student said.
However, when students are asked if a Christian photographer was asked to shoot a same-sex wedding, students said they shouldn't be allowed to opt out.
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As the video description states, “Everyone agreed that a creative professional should have the foundational freedom to decline work that conflicts with their conscience or beliefs. But, when faced with a situation that goes against current cultural expectations, like a Christian photographer declining to promote a same-sex wedding, the gears start grinding.”
It goes on to say, “If a law that forces someone to promote something against their beliefs is so laughable, so unimaginable…then why is it so difficult to extend the same freedom to a Christian creative professional?”
What do you think about this? Do you think students would be fine with a Muslim photographer declining to shoot a same sex wedding? Let us know in the comments.