Attorneys Jason Hines and Michael Peabody discuss principles of  liberty of conscience.



  1. Fabicarb says:

    Kierkegaard is a great place to start in order to thoughtfully challenge the status quo, our own church views and even God himself. The truth seems to always fall on the side of those who truly search for it. Mr. Hines' views are interesting and it was a great interview.

  2. Danny Boy Rodela says:

    The Conscience
    BY: Martin Luther King, Jr.

    The church must be reminded that it is not the master or the servant of the state, but rather the conscience of the state. . . .

    The good Samaritan represents the conscience of mankind because he also was obedient to that which could not be enforced. No law in the world could have produced such unalloyed compassion, such genuine love, such thorough altruism.

    Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968), theologian, civil rights leader, Nobel Peace Prize winner, in his book Strength to Love (1963).

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