Last weekend saw the sudden death of the longest-serving member of the Supreme Court, Justice Antonin Scalia. His tenure was marked with a remarkable shift in the Justices’ willingness to engage issues of religious liberty head-on, and much of the credit – or blame – for the way the Court approached the tension between secular freedoms and religious beliefs falls on his shoulders. In this episode, Welton welcomes the Executive Director of the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty, Dr. Brent Walker, to talk about Scalia’s legacy and what’s next for the Supreme Court on these critical issues.

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