Jack Moline is President of Interfaith Alliance. In his long career, he’s become a powerful voice fighting for religious freedom for all Americans, regardless of their faith or belief system. As a rabbi, he has worked to create common ground between people of diverse religious and secular backgrounds. He’s advocated for a number of issues, including services for this disabled, affordable housing, marriage equality, pay equity and civil rights. Rabbi Moline has authored two books and offered commentary on a number of news programs.
I spoke with him about whether Donald Trump‘s Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch could be a surprise on church/state issues, why Trump’s proposed repeal of the Johnson Amendment would be a disaster in more ways than you might think, and what role atheists play in the interfaith movement.
Be sure to check out Interfaith Alliance’s podcast State of Belief and details about the recipients of the group’s annual Walter Cronkite Faith & Freedom Award.