If you have a religious objection to performing the duties of a job, then religious freedom means you don’t have to take that job. It doesn’t mean that you have the right to take that job, refuse to perform your duties, and then demand to be exempt from the consequences. If we allow people to refuse to do their jobs on religious grounds, where will it end? ~Adam Lee
Answer by KristiS11384 at 11:18 AM on Mar. 14, 2013
Answer by NotPanicking at 3:50 PM on Mar. 16, 2013
But if you are a vegan you do not have to butcher it or eat it.
True. And if you are a doctor or pharmacist, you can provide the necessary or requested care without accepting it for yourself.
Answer by jsbenkert at 11:20 AM on Mar. 16, 2013
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