A High Court ruling preserving the right of a Christian web designer to refuse same-sex wedding business is “one of celebration and a milestone in the fight to preserve these precious freedoms,” retired judge Phil Ginn said. The 6-3 U.S. Supreme Court decision in favor of Lorie Smith, owner of Creative 303 in Colorado, was a distinct shift in a series of discrimination judgments against Christian wedding photographers, florists, and cake bakers.
“Thankfully there are still wise and prudent justices on the Supreme Court who can recognize this matter for what it is—a blatant governmental attack on the freedom of speech and freedom of religion of its citizenry,” wrote Ginn, a 22-year North Carolina jurist who now heads Southern Evangelical Seminary. But “the battle is not over,” he warned.
– excerpted from Christian Post