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Religious freedoms in today’s America

February 18, 2013
The Marietta Times

Since the adoption of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in 1791, American citizens of all faiths have enjoyed "freedom of religion." In recent years we have heard some in our country describe our First Amendment guarantee as "freedom of worship." While it may seem a mere matter of semantics, this most recent interpretation of religious liberty marks a profound break with two centuries of American tradition as it places much narrower limits on the free exercise of religion that Americans have traditionally enjoyed.

 
 

 

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