Successful Religious Liberty in 30 Seconds Contest
The Religious Freedom Committee’s recent Religious Liberty in 30 Seconds Contest was a success! Over 150 entries were submitted in four contest categories: (1) sound bites/slogans; (2) short paragraphs; (3) audio/video and (4) visual (photo/logo/drawing).
Contest entries demonstrated that one does not need to be a scholar, politician, judge or (heaven forbid) even an attorney to sustain and defend religious liberty. Rather, "great things" can come from "small and simple" ideas (Alma 37:6).
By participating, contestants were not only eligible for one of the prizes, but more importantly their submissions will become part of a library of ideas which succinctly address religious freedom issues. Many selected entries will be posted in the future on the Religious Freedom Committee’s webpage to inspire others.
Contest winners will be announced and recognized at the J. Reuben Clark Law Society's Annual Conference to be held in San Diego, California, in February 2016.
By Michael Felding, member of the Law Society’s Religious Freedom Committee.
Posted: February 2, 2016