We were fortunate to have Barronelle Stutzman on campus today, the florist who was sued after declining to prepare flowers for a same-sex marriage in Washington. She spoke to a large audience of students and faculty about her Christian convictions, the death threats she’s received along with the incredible outpouring of encouragement, and her Reformation-like conviction that here she stands, she can do no other.
Because her case is ongoing (she lost in the state courts, but Alliance for Defending Freedom continues to appeal on her behalf) we were unable to promote her visit. On Monday we’ll have more details about her case and her experiences on the front lines of the fight for religious liberty.
Update: Click here for Part 2