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It continues: It is a cake that is religious in theme, and since religion is a protected class, I am hoping that you will gladly bake this cake.
As you see, the birthday cake in question is to celebrate the birthday of Lucifer, or as they [sic] are also known Satan who was born as Satan when he was cast from heaven by God.
In 2012, he refused to make a cake for their wedding. Phillips gladly serves anyone who walks into his store, but as is customary practice for many artists, he declines opportunities to design for a variety of events and messages that conflict with his deeply held beliefs," said ADF Senior Counsel Kristen Waggoner.
Lawyers for "cake artist" Jack Phillips say someone emailed a request for him to design and bake a cake celebrating the birthday of Satan.
The Satanic Temple is asking its supporters to find Christian bakers and demand that they make cakes “for Satan.” Lucien Greaves, co-founder and spokesman for The Satanic Temple, wrote in a Patheos blog last week that Christian business owners are discriminating against gay people when they refuse to serve gay weddings. "For this reason, The Satanic Temple has announced a plan for those who feel alienated or oppressed by the privileged status that religion holds over sexual orientation: Request your homophobic baker make a cake for Satan," Greaves wrote. We've already gone over this in the Jim Crow era, I think we came up with a kind of social contract that if you're going to run a business and provide services to the public that you need to act within the boundaries of what is within accepted social behavior, regardless of your own religion or whatever else," Greaves said.
Finally, Ritze claimed protection under the First Amendment as a basis for a religious icon being on government grounds.Phillips, a Christian who owns Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood, Colorado, is headed to the Supreme Court in December after declining to make a cake celebrating a same-sex wedding.(Photo: The Daily Signal) The Christian baker in Colorado who was sued for declining to make a cake for a same-sex couple’s wedding reception received a strange request last month: Design and bake a cake celebrating Satan’s birthday.The case dates to 2012, when the same-sex couple, David Mullins and Charlie Craig, got a marriage license in Massachusetts and asked Phillips to design and bake a cake for their reception back home in Colorado. 6, 2013, concluding that Phillips discriminated against the couple “because of their sexual orientation.” Phillips’ lawyers at Alliance Defending Freedom have appealed the ruling through courts in Colorado and now to the Supreme Court.Lawyers for Mullins and Craig, who are represented by the American Civil Liberties Union, filed a complaint against Masterpiece Cakeshop with the state of Colorado, alleging Phillips’ refusal to make the cake violates the state’s public accommodation law. Phillips received the email request for the Satanist cake, published in full below, on Sept. His lawyers would not comment on how Phillips handled either request.