Here is a special edition of The Daily Signal regarding Jack Phillips’ victory in the Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission Supreme Court case:
|In a 7-2 ruling just released, the Supreme Court says Colorado violated Christian baker Jack Phillips’ constitutional rights by punishing him for declining to make a custom wedding cake for a same-sex couple in violation of his religious beliefs. We’ve got that news and a roundup of our related coverage.|
|BREAKING: Jack Phillips Wins His Case
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor today of Jack Phillips, the owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood, Colorado, who declined to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding ceremony because of his religious beliefs.
|After Declining to Make a Wedding Cake, He’s Going to the Supreme Court. Here’s How That Journey Challenged His Faith.
In The Daily Signal’s feature video, Jack and daughter Lisa Eldfrick tell the story from their side, and share how this journey has affected their faith.
|4 Highlights From Christian Baker’s Wedding Cake Case at Supreme Court
At one point, Justice Stephen Breyer followed up on a question from Justice Neil Gorsuch about whether a cake artist could be forced to create a cross-shaped cake for a religious group that shared the beliefs of the KKK.
|Meet the Lawyer Who Argued at Supreme Court for Christian Baker’s Right to Free Speech
Kristen Waggoner says her father taught her from Scripture about “being an Esther, being a Deborah, used by God,” she says, and that “joy and fulfillment come from having a purpose that’s bigger than ourselves.”
|Underreported: Christian Baker Reacts to Government Official Comparing Him to a Nazi
In 2014, Colorado Civil Rights Commissioner Diann Rice compared Jack Phillips to perpetrators of the Holocaust.
|Christian Baker Fears Loss of ‘Everything’ Unless Supreme Court Upholds Right Not to Make Cakes for Gay Marriages
Jack Phillips says he faced a loss of at least $100,000 a year after Colorado judges ruled that his Masterpiece Cakeshop must make wedding cakes for same-sex couples as well as opposite-sex couples.
|2 Gay Men Explain Why They Support Baker’s Refusal to Make Same-Sex Wedding Cakes
“We’re here to buy stuff from him and support him,” Matt said, in a video he and T.J. made for Alliance Defending Freedom, “because we don’t think any artist should be forced to create for something that violates their beliefs.”
|24 Questions for Jack Phillips, the Baker Who Gave Up Wedding Cakes for God
“I love people. They’re all welcome to come in,” Phillips says in a lengthy interview with The Daily Signal. “There’s just certain events, certain cakes that I don’t make. That was one of them.”