It is not very often I find myself nodding in agreement with an article published by Crisis magazine, but this article by William Newton on the HHS mandate makes some of the points I have been making regarding the HHS mandate, especially the fact that compliance with the mandate could not constitute illicit material cooperation with evil and the dangers of the argument that our opposition to the mandate should be rooted in a conscience exemption. Kudos to Crisis for publishing this fine piece.
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- Editorial: Religious freedom must be anti-discrimination
- A more realistic era in US-Israeli relations
- Missouri activists lobby to shorten prison time
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