Re: Becoming a Christian means giving up your sins
Then you go on to misinterpret the point about the wedding cake. It really shouldn't be that hard to figure out. A wedding cake is a specially ordered service that is specific to the celebration of a wedding. That's what makes it a problem for a Christian baker who has been asked to make such a cake for a gay wedding. As I've also said over and over there would be no problem for the baker with any other kind of bakery goods a gay person wanted for any other kind of celebration or any other reason.
It actually wouldn't surprise me if you wanted to prevent someone celebrating a "Gay Birthday" or something, after all, it's your duty not to support their sinful lifestyle. How about a Christening cake for a child of a gay couple? I suppose the christening is something to be supported, but it's not a "Gay christening" is it? so i guess you'd have no issue with that?
But, I am interested to hear your views on supplying a cake for a catholic wedding or a jewish wedding or a muslim, hindu or non-protestant reformist wedding. according to your beliefs these weddings should not be recognised and as such should not be supported by god fearing christians.