Religious Liberty: Freedom of - and from – Religion
Stephen Prothero, Chair of the Department of Religion at Boston University, Wajahat Ali, Op-Ed Contributor at the New York Times and Russell Moore, President of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of Southern Baptist Convention, examine how the First Amendment might protect religious groups at a moment when some feel empowered and others embattled. They discuss the relationship between religious entities and politics, and the limits that define religious expression.
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