- By Chris Enloe
- December 6, 2015
Editors Note: The column was originally written following June’s horrible Charleston church massacre.
In the wake of a terrible tragedy sparked by racism that left nine families without a loved one, it would be conceivable to think that the debate surrounding the atrocity would focus on “why” and “how” it happened.
Editors note: This column originally appeared at the Christian Post on April 2, 2015.
The outrage coming from all corners of the nation over Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) is deafening. Nineteen other states, plus the federal government, already have laws very similar to Indiana’s, so why is the media choosing to focus on this one?