The nation is fighting about religion more than ever. The reason why has as much to do with a change in the nature of the government as it does with a change in the culture.
In its most recent term, the court handed down several decisions that protect First Amendment rights. What comes next?
In Virginia, perhaps not.
Struck by big business.
Network neutrality vs. Brooklyn’s Ḥaredim.
Depending on circumstances, American Jews should be prepared to cede some religious-liberty protections in the name of pluralism and anti-discrimination.
The conflict over religious liberty is at once modest in scope and potentially very sweeping.
The threat is not just to individuals but to religious institutions, and the latter are remarkably vulnerable.
America’s “first freedom” is under attack from an ascendant cultural secularism. Christians are its first target, but Jews and Judaism may not be far behind.
The Justice Department’s plan will turn judges into religious interpreters.
“No one ought to be compelled to affirm as true a religious tenet he took to be false.”
The way to protect religious liberty.