The protection of religious liberty has long been an objective of Baptists in America, but exactly how should Christians understand this issue? And why does it matter? In this book, the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission answers these questions by explaining why Christians came to be concerned with the issue of religious liberty in the first place and how certain Baptist doctrines, namely the belief that all humans are made in the image of God, continue to establish the foundation for such concerns. This understanding of religious liberty is then discussed in light of today’s unique circumstances, the Covid-19 pandemic, and the contemporary struggle to accurately define and defend the idea of separation of church and state. This book offers a practical and Biblically sound understanding of religious liberty based on Christians’ desire to worship God, to bring said worship into every aspect of our lives, and to give God the highest place of authority in order to reveal its ultimate goal, revealing the glory of God.