As we navigate the coming decades, We the People must know our rights more than ever, particularly as they relate to the freedom to exercise our religion. Armed with a proper understanding of this country's rich tradition of religious liberty, we can protect faith through any crisis that comes our way. Without that understanding, though, we'll watch as the creeping secular age erodes our freedom. In this book, Ken Starr explores the crises that threaten religious liberty in America. He also examines the ways well-meaning government action sometimes undermines the religious liberty of the people and how the Supreme Court in the past has ultimately provided us protection from such forms of government overreach. He also explores the possibilities of future overreach by government officials. Listeners will learn how each of us can resist the quarantining of our faith within the confines of the law and why that resistance is important. Through gaining a deep understanding of the Constitutional importance of religious expression, Starr invites listeners to be a part of protecting those rights of religious freedom and taking a more active role in advancing the cause of liberty.