Religious Liberty

Americans have never agreed on what religious freedom means

By Tisa Wenger ● Christian Century ● 10/16/2017


The American ideal of religious freedom has rarely seemed more controversial than it does today. While some continue to see it as the “first freedom” that grounds American democracy, others contend that it unfairly privileges those who claim the mantle of religion.

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