ERLC’s Andrew Walker writes op-ed on attitudes toward religious liberty

By Elizabeth Bristow
Jul 11, 2014

ERLC Director of Policy Studies, Andrew T. Walker, wrote an op-ed for “On Faith” examining recent research by the ERLC and LifeWay Research on attitudes toward religious liberty. The piece was published July 11 and is available here.

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