John Corvino is Chair of the Philosophy Department at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. He is the co-author (with Maggie Gallagher) of Debating Same-Sex Marriage (June 2012) and the author of What's Wrong with Homosexuality? (January 2013), both from Oxford University Press.
Ryan T. Anderson is the William E. Simon Senior Research Fellow in American Principles and Public Policy at The Heritage Foundation, and the founder and editor of Public Discourse, the online journal of the Witherspoon Institute of Princeton, New Jersey.
Sherif Girgis is a political theorist and a leading academic critic of same-sex marriage.
I. Introduction: New Challenges, Old Questions Ryan T. Anderson, John Corvino, and Sherif Girgis
II. Religious Liberty, Not Religious Privilege John Corvino
1. Religious Liberty and Religious Privilege: Some Context 2. The Trouble with Today's Religious Exemptions 3. Why Religious Exemptions? 4. Discrimination and the Law 5. Bigotry and Social Pressure 6. Conclusion
III. Against the New Puritanism: Empowering All, Encumbering None Ryan T. Anderson and Sherif Girgis
1. Public Policy after Same-Sex Marriage 2. Ethics and Politics 3. Religion and Conscience, Civil Society and Pluralism 4. The History of Our First Freedom 5. Dignity, Discrimination, and Coercion 6. Anti-Discrimination Law 7. Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Laws: A Challenge to Supporters
IV. Reply to Anderson and Girgis John Corvino
1. Limits v. Exemptions 2. The Good of Moral and Religious Integrity 3. Anti-Discrimination Laws
V. Reply to Corvino Ryan T. Anderson and Sherif Girgis
1. Accommodations and Exemptions 2. Discrimination, Race, and Conscientious Refusals 3. God
Acknowledgments Notes Bibliography Index About the Authors
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