Tony Perkins, president of the Christian conservative Family Research Council (FRC), weighed in this week on an Oregon baker's fight not to serve gay and lesbian couples.

An administrative law judge earlier this week found that Aaron and Melissa Klein, who own Sweet Cakes by Melissa, unlawfully discriminated against a lesbian couple when they refused to make a cake for their commitment ceremony in 2013.

Aaron Klein claimed that to serve the couple would violate his religious beliefs.

The state has recommended the Kleins play $75,000 in damages per person.

(Related: Oregon bakery Sweet Cakes by Melissa found guilty of discriminating against lesbian couple.)

Perkins condemned the judge's ruling on his Washington Watch radio program, saying that conservatives should challenge LGBT-inclusive nondiscrimination laws by using “the courts to push back and just overload the state.”

“I think we're getting close to the point if they move to continue to force Christians to engage in behavior that violates their moral conscience and convictions – it's almost like involuntary servitude,” Perkins told his radio listeners. “Maybe we're coming to the point of civil disobedience, of saying, 'no, we won’t go.' They're going to push and there will come a point [where] there will be pushback.”