Christian conservative Bryan Fischer is calling for civil disobedience if the Supreme Court strikes down state bans on gay marriage.

The high court is expected to hand down a ruling next month in a case challenging bans in Ohio, Kentucky, Michigan and Tennessee.

“This has got to be a non-negotiable red line for us,” Fischer told his radio listeners on Wednesday. “It is absolutely imperative that that we categorically, unambiguously, and publicly declare that we will NEVER ... accept the normalization of homosexual marriage, and will NEVER capitulate to any Nazi-esque order from any government at any level to violate either conscience or biblical principle on this matter.”

“They can't arrest us all. They can't prosecute us all. They can't lock us all up. They can't shut down every Christian-run business. They can't shut down every Christian-run school. They can't shut down every Bible-believing church. They can't shut down every Christian ministry.”

“They can't lock us all up. But our determination to resist moral tyranny must be resolute enough to prompt them to try,” he concluded.

Fischer is working on the assumption that all religious Americans are with him, when, in fact, a plurality of religious Americans support marriage equality.