I must confess I did not follow very closely the hot debate in the American media on the Indiana ‘Religious Liberty Bill’. The characteristic pathological excesses on the American political and religious scene put me off most of the time. Yet, I wondered from time to time what is this fuss all about. Until today, when I found this Op-Ed article in The New York Times, which helped me make some sense of it.
Ross Douthat, a The New York Times Op-Ed columnist, is the author of Bad Religion: How We Became a Nation of Heretics, published in 2012.
Although I do not necessarily agree with everything that Ross writes here, or in other articles, he actually represents quite well what I think on these matters.
Here is the beginning of this imaginary interview. Continue reading “Ross Douthat – Imaginary Interview with A Christian on Indiana ‘Religious Liberty Bill’”