When we protect religious freedom for one faith, it is protected for all
Ryan Colby 202-349-7219 email@example.com
January 16, 2016, The Washington Examiner
Imagine you’re a religious minority, living under a government that has forbidden you to share the message of your faith in public places, without expressed permission from the authorities. If you violate this prohibition, you could be jailed.
Or imagine you’re barred from your home altogether because of your religious identity. The government has decided that, because you are the wrong religion, you must be banned.