Neil Gorsuch: Judicial humility and religious pluralism

Source: Cato Institute
by Thomas Berry

“When you decide cases for a living, it can be difficult to admit that you don’t know something. But from the very beginning of his career, Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch has shown a respect for the limits of what individuals — even judges — can truly understand about each other’s deeply held beliefs. This trait has served him well in resolving difficult conflicts over moral and religious questions, and would continue to serve him well on the high court.” (02/23/17)

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