Religious Freedom in American Liberal Democracy


Location: McKenna Hall, Room 202

This colloquium session is part of the Center for Ethics and Culture’s 16th Annual Fall Conference, “For Freedom Set Free,” examining the nature, significance, and various dimensions of freedom. 

  • “Freedom without Exceptions: A New Jurisprudence of Religious Liberty,” Matthew Franck (Witherspoon Institute)
  • “Beyond Equal Liberty: Religion as a Distinct Human Good and the Implication for Religious Freedom,” Melissa Moschella (Catholic University of America)
  • “Religion, Marriage, Commerce, and Law,” James Stoner (Louisiana State University)

For more information about the Fall Conference, please visit the Center for Ethics and Culture website. All lectures are free and open to the public.