Guess what, people. You get to practice your religion up to the point where you infringe on someone else’s life. That’s it. That’s the cut off. That is as far as you can push your religion. (In fact, that is as far as you can push anything you want to do.) That’s all “religious liberty” means. Because if you can force your religion onto someone else, then they don’t get to take part in this “Freeedom of Religion” the Framers thought so important that they put it into the very First Amendment.
Guess what else, people. “Religious liberty” is not under assault. Not in any way shape or form. What is “under assault” — a horribly inaccurate term if there ever was one — is the privilege Christians have had until recently to force their religion on other people. It really is as simple as that, and I dare someone to prove otherwise.