Religious Liberty

The Continuing Threat to Religious Liberty

By Ryan T. Anderson ● National Review ● 08/14/2017


Religious liberty, recognized as a fundamental right throughout most of American history, has only recently become controversial in the wake of the Supreme Court decision to redefine marriage in Obergefell. This predicament was brought by historical developments in government, sexual values, and religious practice, and any meaningful response will require addressing all three.

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