This report discusses religions freedom in a liberal society.
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“Professor Trigg builds a powerful case for holding that human beings have a prima facie natural right to the “free exercise” of their religion and that this is not to be equated simply with the right to free speech. Free to believe? is a rich, probing, and lucid critique of some of the dynamics shaping how liberal democracies in the West are dealing with religiously diverse citizenries.”
Noah Porter Professor of Philosophical Theology
Emeritus, Yale University