I'm curious as to what non-religious based logic could be behind thinking this is okay. I can't imagine people being okay with others saying "you're going to hell because you are black." How is that some people believe it's fine to say "you're going to hell because you aren't [insert person's religion]" or "you're going to hell because you are gay?" If you believe someone is going to hell for their beliefs, doesn't that necessarily imply inferiority on that person's beliefs? How can that phrase not imply inferiority and, thus, negative discrimination? Assigning inferiority is not as bad as taking action against the group (although believing you have to "save" someone by converting them sounds offensive as well), but the belief still sounds offensive to me. Regardless of the source, baseless discrimination is baseless discrimination. Many people may have the freedom to think such thoughts--and many people do think them--but what reasons are there to not find them offensive? Should religious freedom force people to be okay with baseless discrimination, as some suggest?