Except for the fact that the punishment is mild compared to torture, beheading, being eaten by lions and buried alive, there is nothing in principle different between a Christian's being required to worship Caesar or Nebuchadnezzar and being required to do something that to the Christian conscience implies acceptance of anything else that God has absolutely forbidden, such as gay marriage.
Question: does it imply acceptance of things that God has forbidden to vote for a man who has consistently treated the seven deadly sins as a to-do list?
Have you noticed the active witchcraft out there? The plans to bring down Trump by witchcraft? I suppose you think it's all a big joke?
Of course. Question is, why don't you? Don't you think God is omnipotent? Don't you think that Satan can't harm a hair of Trump's head unless God permits it --- no, commands it? Don't you agree with Calvin when he says:
* "God bends all the reprobate, and even Satan himself, at his will."
* "Satan himself performs his part, just as he is impelled, and succeeds only in so far as he is permitted."
* "Satan and all the wicked are so under the hand and authority of God, that he directs their malice to whatever end he pleases, and employs their iniquities to execute his Judgments."
* "The devil, and the whole train of the ungodly, are, in all directions, held in by the hand of God as with a bridle, so that they can neither conceive any mischief, nor plan what they have conceived, nor how much soever they may have planned, move a single finger to perpetrate, unless in so far as he permits, nay, unless in so far as he commands."
So Trump has nothing to worry about ... unless of course God remembers that pride, greed, covetousness, anger, theft, bearing false witness and adultery are meant to be sins.
Oh but I do. The thing is I don't know God's will in this case.
But whatever it is, it'll be awesome, yes? 'Cos of him being God? If he smites Trump with the seven plagues of Egypt, that'll be good, and if he doesn't, that'll also be good, right? Surely the great thing about being a Calvinist is that you get to be totally stoked over anything that actually happens, since whatever does happen is God's wondrous plan which it would be blasphemous to disapprove of in any way.
So far so good as far as that SCOTUS decision goes but it's awfully limited and doesn't challenge the real issue which is the conflict created with biblical faith by the legalizing of gay marriage.
I don't see how the legalization affects it. Before that happened, it was still perfectly possible for a gay couple to go to one of the churches that marries gay people, have a wedding, and subsequently eat cake. Such a marriage wasn't recognized by the government, but presumably it would still have been equally offensive to assholes.