Mormon Apostle Elder Dallin H. Oaks evidently thinks so, according to a major speech he gave before Brigham Young University-Idaho students on the importance of preserving the religious freedoms guaranteed by the United States Constitution. You can read the complete text of his speech here.
What do you think? Do you agree or disagree? Do you think that various churches and religions should put aside their differences and join forces to defend religious freedom and democracy in the United States? Do you agree with the guidelines suggested by Elder Oaks as to what we can do to protect religious freedom in the United States? Do you have any suggestions of your own to add to what he recommends?