A Colorado baker is facing a state discrimination investigation after she refused to fill an order last March for two cakes in the shape of the Bible, to be decorated with phrases like "God hates gays," NBC News reported. Marjorie Silva, owner of Azucar Bakery in Denver, said she told the man, Bill Jack, that she wouldn't fill his order. Jack followed with a discrimination complaint. "I believe I was discriminated against by the bakery based on my creed," Jack told NBC station KUSA of Denver. Worldview Academy, a prominent nondenominational Christian organization, confirmed that Jack was one of four co-founders in 1996 but disagreed with his complaint, stressing that Jack filed it as a "private citizen."