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Below is what the justices said in today's majority opinion and four dissents, as well as a summary of related survey data.

[CT has also rounded up reactions from Christian thinkers and legal experts.] Essentially, the majority believe the First Amendment gives religious groups and people "proper protection" to "continue to advocate" their beliefs on traditional marriage.

In his dissent, he argues that today’s decision "creates serious questions about religious liberty." "Many good and decent people oppose same-sex marriage as a tenet of faith, and their freedom to exercise religion is—unlike the right imagined by the majority—actually spelled out in the Constitution," he writes.

"Respect for sincere religious conviction has led voters and legislators in every State that has adopted same-sex marriage democratically to include accommodations for dissenting religious practice." But he says the Supreme Court is too much of a "blunt instrument" to do likewise.