Our faith informs our politics.
Religious freedom, abortion, contraception, same-sex marriage — these issues cause some of the deepest rifts in American politics. Even though our society has changed radically over the past two centuries, and new controversies have taken over public life, the Constitution provides guidance on how to treat these issues. The Founders thought and wrote extensively on the matter of religious freedom. Their words still ring true today.
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