No, Joy Behar, Jesus Would Not Have Baked the Homosexual Wedding Cake


Joy Behar, like Whoopi Goldberg before her, is a Bible scholar. Jack Phillips went on The View to explain the case that the Supreme Court has agreed to hear. Jack Phillips is a baker and the owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood, Colorado. A homosexual couple wanted him to bake a cake for their same-sex wedding. He refused to bake the cake.

As you can imagine, it did not go over well with some of The View crew:

“‘Did you ever ask yourself what would Jesus do in this particular situation?’ Paula Faris asked Phillips. ‘Instead of denying them, do you think maybe Jesus would have said I don’t accept this but I’m going to love you anyways?’

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“When the baker responded that he did not think Jesus would have made the cake because it contradicted his teaching, Behar cut in: ‘You don’t? Oh, come on. Jesus would have made the cake.’” (Newsbusters)

How does Behar know this? Certainly not from reading these (and more) passages from the Bible.

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