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Deep Conviction : True Stories of Ordinary Americans Fighting for the Freedom to Live Their Beliefs

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"Deep conviction features four ordinary Americans---a Catholic, an atheist, a Native American, and a Christian baker--who put their reputations and livelihoods at risk as they fought to protect their first amendment right to live their personal beliefs."--Provided by the publisher.

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"Deep conviction features four ordinary Americans---a Catholic, an atheist, a Native American, and a Christian baker--who put their reputations and livelihoods at risk as they fought to protect their first amendment right to live their personal beliefs."--Provided by the publisher.
Deep Conviction features four ordinary Americans who put their reputations and livelihoods at risk as they fought to protect their first amendment right to live their personal beliefs. Though these individuals couldn’t be more different, they share a similar conviction and determination, and the principles of religious freedom apply equally to all of them.
 
In 1813, a Catholic priest in New York City faced prison after a grand jury subpoenaed him for refusing to divulge the identity of a jewelry thief who admitted to the crime during the sacrament of confession.
 
In 1959, an atheist in Maryland was forced to stand up for his beliefs when the state required him to sign an oath that said he believed in God before he could work as a notary public. The United States Supreme Court would decide his fate.
 
In 1989, a Klamath Indian man walked into the highest court of our nation to fight for the right to practice the central sacrament of the Native American Church after the state of Oregon had declared it illegal.
 
And, finally, in 2017, a Christian baker and a gay couple took their cases to the United States Supreme Court after the baker declined to create a custom wedding cake to celebrate the couple’s same-sex marriage, fearing it would violate his duty to God.
 
Chosen for their universality and for the broad principles they represent, these true stories reflect the diversity of beliefs in the United States, the conflicts between religious freedom and other interests, the perils individuals face when their right to live their beliefs is threatened, and the genius of America’s promise of religious liberty for all.

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Publisher
Shadow Mountain Publishing
Book Format
Hardcover
Original Languages
English
Number of Pages
384
Author
Steven T. Collis
ISBN-13
9781629725536
Publication Date
June, 2019
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
9.00 x 6.00 x 1.20 Inches
ISBN-10
1629725536

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