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Well, let's first look at the dictionary definition of discrimination. This is from Merriam-Webster:Wow... It almost sounds immoral and wrong when you put it like that...
We've been down this road many times before. So... it's your turn to explain WHY it's discriminatory for a Christian baker not to bake a cake for a gay wedding. WHY is it immoral to deny them service?
discrimination - the practice of unfairly treating a person or group of people differently from other people or groups of people
Based on the definition, I would say it's pretty clear that not offering the same service to gays that heterosexuals can receive is discrimination. One group is being treated differently (and unfairly) from another group.
What if a company like Comcast decided that they wanted to stop offering cable TV and internet service to gays because homosexuality is against their religious beliefs? Is that any different? To me, the only difference is the size of the company when compared to a bakery.