Religious Freedom and the Supreme Court
Looking back at an Historic Court Term
John StonestreetShane Morris
What will be the long-term impact of the Supreme Court’s rulings on religious freedom this term? Will religious individuals enjoy the same protections that religious institutions do?
John Stonestreet and Shane Morris give their perspective on the Court’s decisions as well as on a letter on the dangers of cancel culture signed by left-of-center luminaries, and a Massachusetts city’s decision to recognize polyamorous relationships.
Finally, we share a portion of Shane’s BreakPoint Podcast interview with Dr. Sam Allberry, author of Why Does God Care Who I Sleep With? And John and Shane answer your questions about systemic racism and social distancing at church.
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Freedom of Religion/Speech
New Sexual Orthodoxy
Politics & Government
Religion & Society
“Supreme Court Affirms Religious Institutions Are Allowed to Be Religious,” by John Stonestreet and Roberto Rivera, BreakPoint
“A Letter to ‘Cancel-Culture’” by John Stonestreet and Shane Morris, BreakPoint
“A Massachusetts City Decides to Recognize Polyamorous Relationships” by Ellen Barry, New York Times
“The Victims of Sexual Confusion,” a Truth Love Together virtual event presentation by Katy Faust
“Why Does God Care Who I Sleep with?” a BreakPoint Podcast interview with Sam Allberry
“Pastor or Parrot?” by John Stonestreet and Maria Baer, BreakPoint
“Privatizing Marriage Is Impossible,” by Jennifer Roback Morse, Public Discourse
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