Well, obviously :-), I agree with you that religion shouldn’t be part of this. For me, it’s telling that it isn’t gay caterers, photographers, t-shirt makers, and other businesses who are being challenged (I would argue, deliberately) in court the way that Christian business owners have been. Similarly, you don’t see gay business people being fined, driven out of business, or sent to mandatory state-sanctioned sensitivity training in order to keep their business licenses.

If this is all really about what gay advocates are saying it’s about, then let’s take religion out it entirely and address it from the perspective of the constitutionally-protected rights and freedoms that we all have.