Legal Firm Finding Huge Increase in Threats to Religious Liberty

When a Kentucky judge jailed Kim Davis for refusing to sign marriage licenses due to her Christian beliefs, the situation heralded various responses from the 2016 GOP candidates.  Most notable, perhaps, was Gov. Mike Huckabee’s claim that her jailing marks “the criminalization of Christianity.” His statement seems to have been lost in the shuffle of debate over Davis’ role as a government employee and the details of making a religious exemption.  So, was Huckabee exaggerating the situation?  Was the jailing of Kim Davis a random case, or does her situation really mark the criminalization of Christianity in America? Kelly Shackelford,