Today an acquaintance on Facebook posted an article she call "concerning" it is about how a Christian company "Hobby Lobby" (I had no idea they were Christian) is going to be "forced" to comply with Obama's HHS mandate, which they are saying is going to "force them to provide their employees with pills that induce abortion"
My question isn't about that exactly but is this, why for all the years I have been a Christian before Obama (which is a lot) did the only Christians I knew of who were against birth control and planB were Catholics and a small amount of Baptists and all the Christians I knew who talked about such things were all for BC and complained at how much it costs but now that Obama is involved in something that will make it cost less for them, they are all against it and calling it, abortion-inducing and anti-Christian?
My mother in law is an example, she encouraged me to be on BC, saying how she was on it for YEARS before she got her tubes tied. Now all of a sudden it's abortion inducing and anti-Christian. smh. Has anyone else noticed this.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 4:31 PM on Nov. 14, 2012 in Religious Debate
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Answer by kp0469 at 4:45 PM on Nov. 14, 2012
I didn't know it was a Christian organization either, but it is not surprising given how much religious-themed items they sell and that they are closed on Sundays.
They do not want to be forced to carry insurance that covers emergency contraception for their employees. There was a lawsuit filed in September, causing some uproar.
Answer by anng.atlanta at 4:46 PM on Nov. 14, 2012
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