Rev. H. Milton Cole-Duvall, Federal Religious Freedom act is the real problem, The Des Moines Register

No one should hate in the name of religion. Bigotry is hardly holy. Certainly no one should be allowed to legally discriminate in the name of their God. The Religious Freedom Restoration Act grants religion an uncivil right — the liberty to break laws, including civil rights protection they claim offend their religious faith.
The problem isn’t just in Indiana and the 20 other states that have adopted RFRAs. The problem is the federal RFRA, passed by Congress in 1993, on which the state laws are based. The federal RFRA brought us the Supreme Court’s infamous Hobby Lobby ruling last year, setting women’s contraceptive rights back half a century. Now corporations have “religious rights” under RFRA that supersede citizen rights. The best protection for religious freedom is a government free from religion, as the First Amendment requires. There will be more uncivil ruling like this until RFRA is repealed.
Restore true religious liberty. Ask the president and Congress to repeal RFRA