The Hard Work of Citizenship: Defining Religious Liberty
...there is a hierarchy of religious freedoms, and we have no choice but to set priorities. Those that relate to private and ecclesiastical contexts, or are part of the rights of all citizens, are the most basic and least subject to compromise, while those that relate to commercial and governmental settings will of necessity require greater pragmatism and compromise.
Promoting Religious Freedom in a Secular Age: Fundamental Principles, Practical Priorities, and Fairness for All
We need to become more skilled in our ability to explain what religious freedom is and why it is so important. … Wisdom, fairness, and love for our religious freedoms require that we engage with our fellow citizens, reaching across serious cultural divides, and find common ground so that everyone can live together in freedom and peace.
Religious Freedom in a Secular Age
Wisdom, fairness, and love for our religious freedoms require that we engage with our fellow citizens and find common ground.