Baptists sign SCOTUS gay marriage case brief
April 8, 2015
Jerry Johnson, president of the National Religious Broadcasters, referencing protests against Religious Freedom Restoration Acts in Indiana and Arkansas, noted, “As it became increasingly apparent last week, the forces that insist upon changing the definition of marriage are willing to jettison our free speech and religious liberties to do so. This brief is needed to warn the court of this danger.
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