Religious Liberty: Striving for Inclusion
The theme of this publication is inclusive religious liberty. As we have talked about this, we have heard two objections. First, that religious liberty cannot be inclusive because it allows religious institutions and people of faith to make distinctions that are at odds with inclusivity. Alternatively, that asking these same religious groups and people to accommodate in any way the concerns of those with different outlooks and priorities would fatally undermine religious liberty. This project is based on the assumption that these polar opposite views do not exhaust all of the possibilities.