Here’s the thing: the only time a religious person can live and avoid going outside their religious comfort zone is when (a) everyone around them is the same religion, or (b) when they live in a theocracy where they can legislate religion. In a secular society with any amount of diversity, some compromising with other points of view is normal. I can’t emphasize this enough. Christianity hasn’t (for the most part) had to deal with these issues before due to their overwhelming numbers. Now that we are getting more diverse, it should be expected that all the viewpoints will need to meet in the middle to make society work. This law is trying to sidestep this whole process, which only hurts everyone in the long run.
It’s easy to get caught up in the rat race… in reality, one of the grandest things I could achieve in my lifetime would be to live like these people. Here’s to seeing life’s priorities with clear eyes!