The company's argument that it should be exempt from Obamacare's contraception mandate to be heard by federal appeals court.
Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission head Richard Land says business owners have a right to refuse contraceptive coverage for employees if it is against their religion.
Americans United for Separation of Church and State says contraception is a private matter to be decided by the individual, not the religious preference of her employer.
Missions-driven advances in water filtration and other technologies are having an impact beyond church planting.
Americans United for Separation of Church and State has told federal courts now considering the constitutionality of the Obama administration’s birth-control mandate that employers do not have a religious liberty right to deny their employees access to contraceptives.
Older people live in hope that we will not become a victim of Alzheimer’s disease, or that if we do there will be some effective medication we can take so our loved ones will not be forced, as so many people have been up until the present, to say a long, sad goodbye.
New rules proposed by the Obama administration would exempt nonprofit religious employers like universities and hospitals from mandated coverage of contraceptives on moral grounds, but not for-profit businesses like Hobby Lobby, whose Southern Baptist owners claim a violation of their religious rights.
The Christian owners of the arts-and-crafts store chain say their conscience doesn’t permit them to provide insurance coverage for methods of birth control that they believe kill a living fetus.