Victories for Christians are also victories for religious minorities.
Why Uzuegbunam v. Preczewski matters.
Requiring more than minimal accommodation.
States can impose restrictions on houses of worship, so long as they are not discriminatory.
Finding a balance between public health and the First Amendment.
A recent Supreme Court case could overthrow 30 years of bad precedent.
No handmaids they.
A leading constitutional scholar joins Mosaic’s editor for a discussion on the history of religious liberty in the United States and the legal debate surrounding the free-exercise clause.
Tough questions about her jurisprudence are fair game, but Amy Coney Barrett’s Catholicism should not be an issue.
The possibility of another contentious confirmation hearing recalls the first the Senate ever held, which just happened to be for the first Jewish justice to sit on the court.
To the believer, the free exercise of religion is a pervasive thing—an identity, not just an idea.