Daniel Aune, music director at Christ Lutheran Church, plays the organ during a recent service in Baltimore, Maryland. Bee ethics columnist Andrew Fiala says freedom and science undermine traditional religious conformity. But modern democratic people have faith in the power of education and religious liberty to make this a better world.
Daniel Aune, music director at Christ Lutheran Church, plays the organ during a recent service in Baltimore, Maryland. Bee ethics columnist Andrew Fiala says freedom and science undermine traditional religious conformity. But modern democratic people have faith in the power of education and religious liberty to make this a better world. Kenneth K. Lam TNS
Daniel Aune, music director at Christ Lutheran Church, plays the organ during a recent service in Baltimore, Maryland. Bee ethics columnist Andrew Fiala says freedom and science undermine traditional religious conformity. But modern democratic people have faith in the power of education and religious liberty to make this a better world. Kenneth K. Lam TNS

Are education and religious liberty mutually exclusive?

May 05, 2017 11:00 AM

About Andrew Fiala

Andrew Fiala

Andrew Fiala is a professor of philosophy and director of The Ethics Center at Fresno State.