Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin (R) in March signed into law a so-called religious freedom bill purportedly intended to broaden student expression of religion in schools.
When I was in seminary in Wilmore, Ky., I served as a part-time missions pastor at a United Methodist church in town. The church was going through some transitions and was trying to figure out a vision for the coming months and years.
The U.S. Supreme Court upheld marriage equality almost two years ago, and some supporters of the Religious Right are still smarting about that.