In a liberal democracy, pluralism makes religious liberty more not less necessary
Dave Landrum at The Guardian: But what we have today is a human rights industry that exists as a totalising creed for a secular humanist agenda in which rights are no longer universal, but subjective. They favour some minority identities and disfavour others . . . Historically, freedom of religion or conscience is not an add-on to some imagined pre-existing rights. It is foundational.