What Religious Freedom Requires of Us: Part 6 in a Series on Religious Freedom

This is the 6th and final installment in a series of articles on religious freedom. For the series introduction, see “Religious Freedom Series, Part 1: An Introduction to Religious Freedom.” See also part 2, part 3, part 4 and part 5.

“Conflict and debate are vital to democracy. Yet if controversies about religion and politics are to reflect the highest wisdom of the First Amendment and advance the best interests of the disputants and the nation, then how we debate, and not only what we debate, is critical.” — The Williamsburg Charter[1]

The Obligations of Religious Freedom

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