She’s a grandmother and florist. And she’s at risk of losing her business and her home – because the government objects to her Christian beliefs about marriage.
In his Stoplight® commentary, Stuart Shepard shares the compelling story of Barronelle Stutzman. She runs Arlene’s Flowers in Richland, Washington. But the state attorney general is intent on putting her out of business, because she makes business decisions based on her faith.
It appears the government is okay with Christians believing whatever they want – as long as they act according to what the state believes.