It can feel like religious freedom is on the ropes with the attempted government bans on church services over COVID concerns and an aggressive homosexual agenda in the courts.
But a new study shows that at the Supreme Court, religious liberty is winning.
The study, published in The Supreme Court Review, finds that the Supreme Court under Chief Justice John Roberts is much more likely to rule in favor of religious liberty than previous courts have during the past 70 years.
It shows an 81 percent success rate in favor of religious liberty, a 31 percent increase over previous supreme court decisions. — Source
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