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By Jorge Gomez
First Liberty Institute

This week on First Liberty Live, we sit down with Dr. Albert Mohler, President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He talks about how people of faith can navigate societal change and a culture that’s increasingly hostile toward religious expression.

You’ll also hear Mohler’s take on the 2024 election, the multitude of issues that are at stake for our country and our freedoms and—perhaps most importantly—why people of faith need to be involved in our political process more than ever.

Election 2024: The Future of Faith and Religious Freedom is at Stake

America’s Founders made religious freedom our First Freedom for a good reason. It is the foundational freedom for all of our constitutional freedoms. And if our First Freedom falls, all of our freedoms will fall.

This year’s election is so critical to our nation. Now more than ever we need to know where candidates stand on their support of religious freedom. The future of faith and religious liberty is on the ballot.

From now until Election Day, First Liberty is educating people of faith and all Americans about how they can make a difference with their vote. Voting this November is a must!

Visit our Election Center for more information, free downloads and resources, videos and helpful advice.

Election 2024: Rights of Churches & Pastors | First Liberty


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