What is indicative of which way they will turn is the mere fact of the latest amendment to our civil rights,the Equal Rights Act., this past even under the Trump senate in 2019, I'd say the baker is screwed unless he is judged by a completely corrupt court to vote against the constitution and in favor of his bias. Our protective rights, trumps religious ones. Do no harm comes first, otherwise religious fanatics would still be killing people under (their)God's name.
No, that last is a bit extreme.
Contrary to many arguments from the left, the west as a whole including the United States has evolved socially to the point that outside the inevitable lone psychotic or small cult ala the late Branch Davidians, violent religious extremism has disappeared and, equally, been made illegal.
In order to push its dogmas on us and attempt to render our moral and religious values obsolete, the left refuses to acknowledge that social evolution, just as they cite decades old problems that have long since been solved as ongoing reasons to acquiesce to environmentalists' and others' demands or employ revisionist history to shape the political instincts of today's young.
The problem with that is that the left is unreasonably and non-negotiably opposed to any semblance of a "live and let live" concept and will fight tooth and nail to see that every one of us is some day compressed firmly beneath the thumb of an authoritarian government, living both publicly and privately to their specifications
I do not see that coming to fruition in what remains of my lifetime for the simple reason that it runs contrary to what we as Americans are accustomed to, in effect what flows in our veins, and when certain things are permitted to reach a "Hey, wait just a minute!" level, there will be a correction of sorts.
Although Democrats cannot come to grips with it, the election of Donald Trump in 2016 was a prime example of the above. Government had gotten so off track that things reached that "Hey, wait just a minute!" level, and we elected a non-politician to come in and fix things, which he has been doing despite an unprecedented amount of interference and attacks from the Democrats.
But I digress -- the reason I believe that the SCOTUS will continue to rule in Phillips' favor is that while Congress can pass any "act" it wants, The Court is there to rule on the letter and intent of the Constitution.