Sharia law is alive and healthy right here in the US, where Christians regularly try to force others to obey their religious dictates.
So an unmarried couple went to court in Tennessee to have a judge decide whether the baby should have the mother’s last name or the father’s last name. Surprise! The judge decided that the baby’s first name, Messiah, which everyone agreed on, was inappropriate and violated Christian principles. She picked another name for the child.
Apparently there is no mechanism for a baby’s name to be changed by the court, should both parents agree on that name. This is in contrast to many other countries, where a court can step in and change a baby’s name which is deemed inappropriate in any way.
What we have seen here is the picture of sharia law in action. Yes, that’s what sharia law is, legal decisions made based on religious law that Christianists should be following among themselves only, not trying to force other people to obey. They are opposed to sharia law except when they want to use it themselves.