Look at the wording in this section:
58 (c)"Exercise of religion" means the practice or
59 observance of religion. "Exercise of religion" includes, but is
60 not limited to, the ability to act or the refusal to act in a
61 manner that is substantially motivated by one's sincerely held
62 religious belief, whether or not the exercise is compulsory or
63 central to a larger system of religious belief.
This is going back to the times when hospitals could refuse treatment of blacks. This is going back to a time when businesses had signs hanging in their windows that Jews were not allowed.
The Founding Fathers knew what great harm religions could do. I believe they wrote the 1st Amendment because the US was a haven for those who could not practice their religion freely in other countries. Baptists, Quakers, Calvinists, and other Protestant sects flocked here. So did Jews and other non-Christians. They wanted people of faith to be able to worship as they wanted without interference from the government.
This intended law can have dire consequences and to me is a danger to all. This law can be used to discriminate against Christians, Jews, Muslims, atheists, and others as long as the person doing the discriminating is acting on "the refusal to act in a manner that is substantially motivated by one's sincerely held religious belief".