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Bringing Politics to the Pulpit
Why the Intersection of Faith and Politics Matters to Everyone

Religious freedom in the U.S consists of the right to religious beliefs and a guarantee that government neither prefers religion over non-religion nor favors one religious tradition over another. These two dimensions of the First Amendment, the establishment and the free exercise clauses are at the center of the intersection of religion and politics.

The Johnson Amendment regulates what tax-exempt organizations such as churches can do in the political arena.

- Does it prohibit all types of political activity in houses of worship?
- Does it threatened free speech or provide protections?
- Is it enforceable or should it be changed?
- How does it impact you and your organization?

Join in the discussion with our experts:

Andrew Seidel is a constitutional and civil rights attorney and author. At the Freedom From Religion Foundation, Seidel works to ensure that the government obeys the First Amendment and that the wall of separation between state and church remains tall and impregnable.

Mike Batts is an author and the managing partner of accounting firm BMWL. He served as chairman of the Commission on Accountability and Policy for Religious Organizations, a national non-governmental commission that has made recommendations to various government entities and the nonprofit sector concerning federal tax policy affecting religious and other nonprofit organizations.

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Oct 20, 2020 06:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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