Americans Fighting for the Freedom to Live Their Beliefs

Why would a Latter-day Saint convert be interested in stories about a Catholic priest facing prison time, a determined atheist, a persecuted Native American and a controversial Christian baker?

The common denominator is religious freedom, and each tale illustrates insightful points in understanding a complicated topic that some defend and most mischaracterize, author Steven T. Collis said while discussing his new book, "Deep Convictions: True Stories of Ordinary Americans Fighting for the Freedom to Live Their Beliefs" (Shadow Mountain, 378 pages).

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