ERLC president responds to Hobby Lobby decision

By Staff
Jun 30, 2014

Russell Moore, president of the ERLC, shares his thoughts on the ruling given by the Supreme Court of the United States on the Hobby Lobby and religious freedom case. 

"The government cannot set itself up as lord over the conscience...What the Supreme Court has done today is reaffirm a basic American principle that our Baptist ancestors fought for in the revolutionary era."

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