Religious liberty and same-sex marriage resources
Over the years, the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty has monitored changes in marriage laws across the country and what sort of impact they could or could not have on religious liberty.
Below are links to a variety of resources and our articles on the issue.
BJC General Counsel Holly Hollman explains the legal impact of the ruling and its connection to religious liberty.
She also comments on the often-discussed remarks regarding potential issues made by Solicitor General Donald Verrilli during oral arguments.
Justices spar over religious liberty impact
by Don Byrd
Related to the oral arguments in Obergefell v. Hodges :
Exploring the church-state side of the same-sex marriage cases by BJC Executive Director Brent Walker
Few religious liberty issues raised at Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage arguments by BJC Blogger Don Byrd
April 29, 2015
Understanding religious liberty in the same-sex marriage cases by BJC General Counsel Holly Hollman
April 27, 2015
Three things to know about religious liberty and the same-sex marriage cases by BJC Blogger Don Byrd
April 27, 2015
Other articles on religious liberty and same-sex marriage:
Protecting pastors without condemning neighbors by BJC Associate General Counsel Jennifer Hawks (May 2016)
Challenges today defy easy answers, demand best efforts of Baptists and others by BJC General Counsel Holly Hollman
Changes in marriage laws renew questions about role of the church by BJC General Counsel Holly Hollman
Religious liberty and same-sex marriage by BJC General Counsel Holly Hollman
Marriage and religious freedom by BJC General Counsel Holly Hollman
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