"If you think there is no God, you better be right!" with flames all around, on a billboard. The police - the POLICE! - investigated and recorded that the church that sponsored this was inciting hatred.
And the church apologized. What wusses. I mean, GOD FORBID someone says something that offends someone, or worst of all? Is "homophobic" or "racist." It doesn't matter if someone is actually physically threatening another person/group or not. It's all in the accusation of the person with the hurt widdle feewings.
Does anyone remember in the 90's where everyone was afraid of being called a child molester? And there were like, 500 million accusations flying around? For a while there, it didn't matter what the truth was. The accusation itself was so heinous that reputations were ruint.
Today, you can say no to making a birthday cake for an innocent little boy, but you can't direct a gay couple to the baker down the street because you don't want to celebrate their wedding.
Personally, I'd draw the line at making those anatomical-part shaped cakes for... I don't know what occasion. But I support your right to say "no" to making cakes for little boys, gay people, red hat gatherings, whatever... and I support your right to tell me all about your religion on a billboard so long as threatening words like "Infidels must die!" are left off.