How is this a difficult concept to grasp? I would think it would be pretty simple. Your right to do something ends where my right not to have my life interfered with in some way begins.
But apparently this guy doesn't get the idea. This preacher went to a local DMV in a town in Southern California one morning before it opened, and began reading the Bible and preaching to the people standing in line waiting for the office to open. After being asked to stop by a security guard and refusing, he, and the two elders of his church who had come with him, were arrested for trespassing and interfering with a public business. (Personally, I think he should have been cited for public nuisance, but that's just me.)
Cue, of course, the whining of the Poor! Persecuted! Christians! about how the ebil gub'mint is coming for their Bibles and soon it will be illegal to be Christian in this country. One of the linked articles is headlined, not kidding, "Christians Arrested for Reading the Bible in Public". Which, while technically factually correct, conveys rather a different message than what actually happened, which was that they were arrested for proselytizing, at a captive audience, on government property.
It gets better, of course. In the end, the three jackasses weren't actually charged, and now they're suing the state for infringement on their religious freedom and free speech rights!
Your right to share your religion ends where their right to do business with the DMV without suffering religious harassment begins. Because that's what public preaching to a captive audience is: religious harassment. You give them no choice in whether to listen to you or not - that being the definition of a captive audience - and force them to listen to your religious dogma, which they may or may not share. That is not what is meant by either "freedom of religion" or "freedom of speech". You are absolutely, completely and totally making up out of whole cloth this imagined "right" to proselytize in this manner. It does not exist. Period the end.
(I can't decide if my lolsob is more lol or more sob at this; referring to captive audiences as "organic congregations" is just...just...words fail me. Fuck, I hope that was supposed to be a joke...)