Tag Archives: Obergefell v. Hodges

Business Owners vs. Gays & Lesbians

Gays Seeking Goods and Services, and Business Owners Seeking Protection of Conscience Rights: One Modest Proposal for Forging Detente Between the Two Groups By Ken K. Gourdin Salt Lake City’s Deseret News has a story on the apparent erosion of … Continue reading

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Does Eroding Religious Freedom Erode Culture?

The U.S. Supreme Court’s Decisions in Recent Decades With Respect to Religious Exercise and Establishment May Lead to the “Culture Baby” Being Thrown Out With the “Religious Bathwater” By Ken K. Gourdin I don’t think the U.S. Supreme Court, in … Continue reading

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Church and State

Wall, or Curtain, of Separation Between Church and State?  A Conversation Regarding Elder Dallin H. Oaks’s Proposal  By Ken K. Gourdin Last September, Elder Dallin H. Oaks of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ … Continue reading

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Kim Davis is Wrong

I Don’t Support Gay Marriage, But Kim Davis is Wrong By Ken K. Gourdin Unless you’ve emerged from under a rock very recently or don’t follow current events beyond what happens on the latest episode of Survivor, you know that … Continue reading

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