Why Archbishop William Goh’s Comments on Section 377A Are Troubling & A Primer on Religious Freedom in Singapore

Daryl Yang
Sep 19, 2018 · 10 min read

An Eye For An Eye, or A Law for Many Laws?

“If a person is gay and seeks out the Lord and is willing, who am I to judge that person?” — Pope Francis explained in 2016 that when he said that, he was paraphrasing by heart the Catechism of the Catholic Church where it says that these people should be treated with delicacy and not be marginalized. Photo by Daniel Ibanez/Catholic News Agency.

Is There A Real Threat to Religious Freedom?

Non-discrimination legislations in the USA can be traced back to the country’s history of racial segregation and the civil rights movement. Photo by John Kouns.

David versus Goliath, but who’s Goliath?

377A Debate as an Exception to State-Religion Discourse in Singapore?

Daryl Yang

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