Religious Liberty

Brush & Nib Studio v. City of Philadelphia: Arizona Supreme Court delivers a victory against government-compelled speech

"...it’s a narrow decision in scope, one that rightly does not grant the business the right to broadly refuse service to gay people. Rather, it permits them to avoid providing certain services that constitute acts of compelled speech, such as writing invitations for a gay wedding, that directly contradict their religious beliefs." - Washington Examiner

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Doug Wilson's broadside against David French and ... whatever it is he thinks French believes

 "Since Wilson is enjoining the debate on the side of Sohrab Ahmari, does he agree that we need to dispense with the liberal order itself by grasping the reins of power and coercing our way to a society ordered to the 'highest good'?" - National Review

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The Ahmari vs. French debate on Christianity in the public square: unanswered questions

"I am not in any way willing to upset the constitutional order and to provide governments the ability to engage in viewpoint discrimination against disfavored organizations," French said. "You have to consider a larger superstructure. And the reality is that you cannot take these things on a case-by-case basis and establish rules that say, ‘Free speech for me but not for thee'" - Acton

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“[E]merging and serious threats to religious freedom are also coming from the private sector”

"An obvious example is the workplace. I’ve talked for months now that Christians need a 'theology of getting fired.' You might be great at your job (and you should be as a Christian), but you might also face pressure to affirm and support your employer’s political agenda, one that has little to do with the company’s business model or strategic goals." - Breakpoint

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