the Other Side of Liberty on Religion

 

According to the court, all of us must have missed the fine print in our  citizenship agreement. We are to forsake our religious convictions when we do  business.

Sorry, but this “price” is too high.   The Christian faith is not prone to that sort of segregation. If one is  Christian at home, she is also Christian at work. It can’t be turned on and off  like a light-switch.

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Link to Articule: The \’Other Shoe\’ Has Dropped on Religious Liberty. The other shoe has officially dropped. By Nate Kellum, CP Op-Ed Contributor August 28, 2013|10:47 am

 

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