Contributed by Doug Fannon on Jul 27, 2020
If our faith changes or bends under any circumstance, even in the face of certain death, we have a preference and not a conviction.
In 1972 the Supreme Court ruled in Wisconsin vs. Yoder that the only religious beliefs protected under the First Amendment are convictions. Preferences, the Court said, are not. [Amish families did not want their children in Public School pass the 8th grade and the state said they