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Video: Attorney General William Barr on Religious Liberty (Youtube)
Liberal writers and “scholars” who promote sodomy, same-sex marriage, pedophelia, etc. are hard at work laying the groundwork for the legal overturning of our basic First Amendment freedoms. A series of essays by Adam Macleod address some of these postmodern attacks which rely on lies, omissions, illogical, and misleading arguments.
Debating Liberty: Why You Should Read the New Book by John Corvino, Ryan T. Anderson, and Sherif Girgis (110517)(Introductory paragraph to essay: “A recent addition to Oxford University Press’s Debating Ethics series ought to interest everyone. Debating Religious Liberty and Discrimination, by John Corvino, Ryan T. Anderson, and Sherif Girgis, primarily addresses the subjects of its title. But in the course of the argument, the authors expose most of the moral, political, and jurisprudential rifts that divide Americans today. The implications of this well-argued debate reach far beyond the latest round in the culture wars. They go to the foundations of the American experiment in ordered liberty. The title could have been shortened to Debating Liberty without misleading.”)
The Impoverishment of Law and the Loss of Ordered Liberty (110617) (Quotes from article: “In their new book, Ryan T. Anderson and Sherif Girgis make a strong case for pluralism and ordered liberty, while John Corvino drafts a blueprint for a comprehensive despotism that would consume the preconditions and legal safeguards for ordered liberty. Part two of a two-part review essay…. Corvino’s argument for reversing the presumption of religious liberty is really an argument for reversing the presumption of liberty, full stop. In sum, Anderson and Girgis make a strong case for pluralism and ordered liberty, while Corvino drafts a blueprint for a comprehensive despotism that would consume the preconditions and legal safeguards for ordered liberty.”)