If you don't know the story of Kim Davis -- the county clerk in Kentucky was put in jail because she wouldn't issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples -- you should. This is a major issue that puts the subject of religious freedom front-and-center, especially in a culture where not baking a cake, doing floral arrangements, or taking pictures for a gay wedding can get you fined or put in jail.
Some have argued that Davis should have just resigned instead of digging in her heels and being thrown in jail. Joe Carter from the Gospel Coalition writes about why it was right for Davis to not resign. Read the article here.