Does the Constitution Actually Protect Religious Liberty?

The Constitution and the First Amendment say that the government cannot establish a state religion or prohibit the free exercise of religion. However, those laws do not protect individuals from being discriminated against for their religious beliefs or practices.

The First Amendment also protects us from government interference in our religious practices, but it does not protect us from private organizations or individuals who may choose not to associate with us because we hold different beliefs than theirs.

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https://vimeo.com/364944571Religious freedom and freedom of conscious are constantly under attack in today’s world. Questions are often raised, what exactly can someone object to under the argument of freedom of religion? Β What does the Constitution and the 1st Amendment say about this? Β Join Rick on live radio as he discusses this hot topic.