"Curt did a great job!" Terry Brane, Associate Pastor.
The United States has been the envy of the world for over two hundred years now in terms of religious freedom but the tables seem to be turning, and Curt Smith's tenure as president of the Indiana Family Institute serves as a chilling case-in-point.
In 2015, Indiana passed its own Religious Freedom Amendment Act (RFRA), following the lead of the U.S. Congress in 1996 and 20 other states who had passed their own form of a state-based protection. The left howled in protest, however, claiming that such a law was designed to discriminate against homosexuals. Indiana Governor Mike Pence and his conservative Republic leaders in the house and senate subsequently passed "RFRA Fix" only days later.