Religious Freedom and the Common Good

Andy Crouch discusses how we can be committed to the most vulnerable among us. At times, preserving religious liberty has been dismissed as nothing more than a partisan effort to protect Christians from a messy world.

But there is a deeper question in play: how can we pursue the common good in a world of divergent and deeply held convictions? Andy Crouch, author and executive editor at Christianity Today, describes how the common good can give us a framework for advancing one another's freedom and flourishing even and especially when we disagree.

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Timothy W. Massaro

Timothy Massaro has written for Core Christianity, Modern Reformation, and other publications. He oversees the Christian Education ministry at Resurrection PCA in San Diego and serves as a hospice chaplain. He has an affinity for all things J.R.R. Tolkien (except the movies) and has interests in the intersections of philosophy and theology. His biggest prayer is that the gospel in all its beauty might re-kindle a wonder and joy of God’s goodness in our hearts and that our lives might adorn the gospel. Connect with Timothy on Twitter @word_water_wine.‚Äč

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