Do We Really Have Religious Freedom?
“Believe what you will, but don’t force your religion/beliefs/opinions on anyone else,” seems to have become the modern definition for religious freedom. You can do whatever you want in the privacy of your home and church, but if your beliefs seep into other aspects of your life, things get complicated.
A teacher can dress up as a witch on Halloween at school, but she can’t sing Christmas carols. She can assign an R-rated novel, but not pray in the classroom.
So, what should you do if at the core of your faith is evangelism? What do you do if your whole life is Jesus? How then do you hide your entire identity?