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Taking on Hobby Lobby After Turning Away from a Religious Past

posted on July 7, 2014

In The New York Times, Mark Oppenheimer profiles Sarah Jones, a former fundamentalist Christian who now works for Americans United for Separation of Church and State. It was in college, at Cedarville University, that Jones first began down the road to atheism and feminism, a journey that eventually led her to Planned Parenthood and, now, to a job that involves working against Hobby Lobby’s recent lawsuit. She said, “The Green family’s definition of religious liberty isn’t drawn from the First Amendment. It’s drawn from a belief common to the religious right: that they have a right to control the choices and moralities of other people.”

Read at The New York Times