Episode 5: Kim Colby on Hobby Lobby and Religious Freedom

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March 25, 2014

Kim Colby of Christian Legal Society visits Andrew and Matt at the Leland House in Washington, D.C.

Topics include this week’s oral arguments at the Supreme Court for Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood, both plaintiffs against the United State’s government contraceptive/abortifacient mandate. Will Kim make a prediction on the outcome?

Also, a retrospective on how Vanderbilt University squashed freedom of association on it’s campus. Oh, and Matt butchers a football metaphor (line of scrimmage, Hawkins, not hash marks).

Christian Legal Society (CLS).
Kim’s bio.
The Newseum celebrates 20 years of RFRA.
Join the ERLC to pray for the Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood court cases.
Russell Moore’s call to prayer.


Andrew Walker
Andrew Walker is the managing editor of Canon and Culture. He also serves as the Director of Policy Studies for The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, the denomination’s entity tasked with addressing moral, social, and ethical issues. In his role, he researches and writes about human dignity, family stability, religious liberty, and the moral principles that support civil society. He is a PhD student in Christian Ethics at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Andrew lives in Franklin, TN with his wife and daughter and is a member of Redemption City Church. You can find him on twitter at @andrewtwalk.