The Right To Be Wrong:
Ending The Culture War Over Religion In America
by Kevin Seamus Hasson
Encounter Books, 2005
(147 pages, $25.95, hardcover)
reviewed by Amanda Witt
Pilgrims,” writes the founder and chairman of the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, are “truth-at-all-costs zealots of one persuasion or another” who think only their religion should be allowed in public, while “Park Rangers” are “equal-opportunity oppressors who seek, in the name of freedom, to exclude all religious elements of culture, whatever the underlying faith might be.”
The Becket Fund, a non-partisan, interfaith, public-interest law firm, has success . . .
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