Religious Liberty

Religious Liberty after Obergefell

By Alexandra Desanctis ● National Review ● 06/12/2017

After the Obergefell ruling, American courts have consistently protected an evolving collection of gay rights at the expense of religious liberty. While a sustainable defense for the free exercise of religion must inevitably come from legislatures, countering the ostracism of religious observers will have to take place on a broader cultural level.

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