Article  Religious Liberty  Marriage

Explainer: The Supreme Court and same-sex marriage

The Supreme Court of the United States is hearing oral arguments on whether the Constitution requires the redefinition of marriage.

Lindsay Swartz sits down with Andrew T. Walker to discuss the implications this could have on our society, as well as how Christians should react to the decision in this ERLC Explainer.

Walker serves the ERLC as Director of Policy Studies. His responsibilities include policy and cultural analysis, policy communication, content production and coalitions. Andrew came to the ERLC from The Heritage Foundation in August 2013.



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