We now seem to be getting a constant dribble of whine-a-thons from Christians who seem to think that it is their right to discriminate in the professional working environment just because of their religionism.
No other group claims this sort of right. It is quite clear that Christians should not be discriminated against because they are Christians, but that does not give them the right to discriminate against others.
So, if , as in the latest case, a doctor does not agree with the equality given to couples irrespective of their sexual orientation in terms of adoption, then the doctor clearly cannot partake in the process, because their beliefs necessitate discrimination against others. Just claiming these are the outcome of being a Christian means nothing, because being a Christian doesn;t give you the right to discriminate. It means that others must not discriminate against you, but not that one's prejudiced beliefs are legally protected just because they have a religious label attached to them.
Really, though, this demonstrates that religion is properly placed in the private sphere. One's 'beliefs' cannot be protected - one's right to believe them, yes, but not if that necessitates discrimination against others.
of course, many Christians have not felt the need to go to such extremes, but then we are talking about fringe conservative evangelicals, in the main.