The Supreme Court may think it has “settled” the marriage question, but as Ryan Anderson explains in his new book, “Truth Overruled: The Future of Marriage and Religious Freedom,” just as Roe v. Wade did not end the debate over abortion, the court’s ruling on marriage, far from settling the issue, has most likely launched the next great culture war.
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I sat down with Ryan, Heritage’s William E. Simon senior research fellow in American Principles and Public Policy, to talk about where he sees the debate going from here, what those who believe in traditional marriage need to do next and why he’s optimistic the truth will ultimately prevail.
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:22 – What will people gain from taking the time to read this book?
:58 – Beyond marriage laws, how does the Supreme Court’s ruling affect other areas of American life?
2:55 – What’s next in terms of protecting the religious freedom rights of individuals, businesses and churches?
3:52 – One chapter looks at the latest research related to same-sex parenting and includes interviews with children of such relationships. What are the key findings?
5:45 – How can this book help those who believe in traditional marriage, who now feel marginalized, to learn how to talk about this issue with their friends, neighbors and within the larger public square?