Easter Sunday has come. I attended Sunrise service, and a formal service at some rather open congregations. I also got an email from "Americans for ex gays" with a lot of spammy forwards inside.
So I go back to Douthart's essay, and ask, well, sure, maybe if you're a printer, you shouldn't have to print a Nazi tract if you don't want to. If you run a public accommodation, it should be open to everyone. But if the objection is a religious objection to gay relationships, what do "you" really object to. Do you really think a loving god will punish you for serving a same-sex couple? Of course, some religions don't see their "god" as loving.
I see God as cosmological, embedded in the extra dimensions of string theory, dimensions we normally can''t access. Except for something like a miracle or a resurrection. A teen Clark Kent has to get his "powers" from something.