Part of the human experience is actively seeking out answers to life’s biggest questions, such as: What is the meaning of life? How should we live our lives? What happens after we die? Many people find answers to these questions in religion.
At its core, religious freedom is the ability to choose, change, and live in accordance with one’s own conclusions about the things that matter most in life. It enables individuals to seek and worship God as they see fit. This publication explores the human necessity of religious freedom, its importance in American history, and how robust religious freedom protections benefit everyone, regardless of their faith.