LDS leaders understand the need to accommodate to the norms of the larger society.
The Cassandras of religious liberty were back in full cry last week after a Colorado appeals court upheld a judge’s decision not to let baker David Phillips refuse to bake a cake for Charlie Craig and David Mullins, who wanted one to celebrate their marriage.
Living amidst purple mountain majesties and other wonders of nature is likely to turn you away from religious adherence, claim a couple of Baylor academics who’ve got the multivariate factor analysis to back it up. But don’t take it too seriously.
The candidates steered clear of it, too. Did the wise heads and focus group gurus in the GOP determine that alleged threats to their religious freedom are no big deal for voters this election season?