Does it violate the First Amendment for a law to force a citizen to do something that is repugnant to his?

religious beliefs? The First Amendment says that there can be no law that prohibits free exercise of religious expression. To require a person by law to do something that violates his religious beliefs is an interference with his expression of his religious beliefs. Can a law force a Muslim business owner to eat... show more religious beliefs?

The First Amendment says that there can be no law that prohibits free exercise of religious expression. To require a person by law to do something that violates his religious beliefs is an interference with his expression of his religious beliefs.

Can a law force a Muslim business owner to eat pork?

Can a law force a Catholic business owner to pay for a customer's abortion?

Why can a law force a Christian to serve a customer in a way that is repulsive to his religious beliefs?
Update: R, why are you such a bigot against Christians...?
Update 2: By baking a cake for a gay wedding, the baker is essentially participating in the wedding. Especially if the cake has an inscription that specifically refers to the names of the persons who are getting married. If that wedding is repugnant to his religious principles, then yes, forcing him to serve that customer... show more By baking a cake for a gay wedding, the baker is essentially participating in the wedding. Especially if the cake has an inscription that specifically refers to the names of the persons who are getting married.

If that wedding is repugnant to his religious principles, then yes, forcing him to serve that customer is forcing him to participate in an act that is repulsive to his religious principles.

Why can't we respect the beliefs of all people, INCLUDING Christians?
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