Last week a court found that Washington state florist Barronelle Stutzman must participate in same-sex weddings, and that religious faith is no objection.
Associate Professor of law Neil Foster, from the University of Newcastle, has been following this case and similar developments in Australia. He talks about the American decision and the threats facing religious liberty in Australia.
Related: 0-year-old florist guilty of discrimination. Her crime? She followed her conscience on marriage. here
by Australian Christian Lobby | 24 February 2015 | Original source: acl.org.au "Barronelle Stutzman case continues, freedom of conscience losing"