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A study from The Supreme Court Review has found that today’s Supreme Court is more likely to favor religious liberty.
According to the study, the Supreme Court under Chief Justice John Roberts has “ruled in favor of religious organizations far more frequently than its predecessors—over 81 percent of the time, compared to about 50 percent for all previous eras since 1953.”
The study noted that in “most of these cases, the winning religion was a mainstream Christian organization, whereas in the past pro-religion outcomes more frequently favored minority or marginal religious organizations.”
As CBN News reported, the study also found that under Chief Justice Earl Warren in the ’50s and 60’s, the Supreme Court only supported religious liberty 46 percent of the time. From the 1960s to the 1980s, however, while being led by Chief Justice Warren E. Burger, the Supreme Court’s support for religious liberty grew to 51 percent. Under Chief Justice William Rehnquist from the ’80s to 2005, the Supreme Court’s support of religious liberty further grew to 58 percent.