Skip to comments.Pro-Abortion “Christian” Pastors Distribute Condoms Outside Hobby Lobby to Protest SCOTUS Decision
Posted on 07/04/2014 9:51:50 PM PDT by Morgana
Pro-abortion pastors from different Christian denominations distributed condoms outside a Hobby Lobby store to protest this weeks Supreme Court decision giving it and other companies the ability to opt out of the Obamacare HHS mandate that compels them to pay for abortion-causing drugs for their employees.
This comes after a NARAL board member suggested abortion activists have sex in Hobby Lobby stores as a protest.
The Chicago Sun Times has more on what happened:
hobbylobby27Christian clergy and activists from different faiths protested outside a Hobby Lobby on Route 59 Wednesday in protest of the U.S. Supreme Courts decision that says some companies can opt out of new health provisions for no-cost prescription contraception for women.
The gathering was organized by retired minister Rev. Emmy Lou Belcher of the DuPage Unitarian Universalist Church and the Rev. Mark Winters of First Congregational United Church of Christ in Naperville. The group distributed packets of condoms and contraception information to shoppers going into the Route 59 and 75 Street store on the Aurora side of Route 59.
This is an issue about power, where employers control the most intimate details of their employees lives, Belcher said.
Belcher said she was surprised by Mondays Supreme Court decision. She said the decision was not a matter of religious freedom, but rather corporate control.
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This may be the religious beliefs of the owners, but employees are not required to pass a religious litmus test and that is essentially what the Supreme Court has dipped its foot into, she said.
Its hard enough to find a job without having to vet the religious beliefs of your boss first, said Cheryl Newman, of Naperville.
Some people accepted the free condoms, while others turned away and said no. One woman handed the packet back and when several feet away screamed back in defense of Hobby Lobby.
I know them and they are Godly people! the woman exclaimed.
LifeNews has written and will continue to write about the pro-life victory in the Supreme Courts decision on Hobby Lobby and the pro-abortion sides reaction to it.
We previously featured a cartoon that encapsulates the pro-abortion response in 10 seconds. Here is another one.
They should have distributed aborticents instead of condoms. At least then, there would be no question about whether they understand the evil they are siding with.
These people are intellectually confused and emotionally overwrought. It makes them useful idiots.
The terms "Unitarian" and "Christian" are mutually exclusive.
That is what I thought.
Morons love to show their stupidity to the world.
It’s like a Idiot Pride Parade
First, notice women pastors are acting foolishly. They always seem in support of unBiblical causes.
Last, this is epic stupidity. One can buy condoms in stores. Hobby Lobby employees are paid above minimum wage & can afford them.
The Bible doesn’t allow for Christian pastors.
Same goes for UCC. Especially TUCC.
Sarcasm or what would the bible allow?
They're attention whores on a budget...oh, and they're disgusting, too.
Universal Unitarians would object strongly to being lumped in with the term "Christian pastors!"
Oprah Christians. These are the ones who believe all roads lead to heaven.
Pray America wakes up
Hobby Lobby is paying for more kinds of contraceptives than these so- called “Christians” even know how to use. Foxes in sheeps’ clothing. Will do just about anything to undermine or ridicule faith.
Not only are these ministers morally wrong, they seem kind of stupid. They simply cannot think logically. They cannot grasp the very, very simple distinction between having the right to purchase something, and demanding that someone else pay for that something.
Time for some Nicaean-era justice on this heathen satanist
Salvavida probably meant ‘women pastors’.
You cannot be be pro-abortion and be a Christian it is simply that simple
LOL. Yes, you are correct. Tired eyes.
These people are crazy. Stark raving batsh*t crazy.
Don’t these idiots know that Hobby Lobby still provides 16 contraceptives for employees in their insurance program. They just don’t provide those that will abort a child, only those that prevent pregnancy. http://freerepublic.com/focus/f-chat/3176213/posts
Furthermore, when I read “Pro-abortion pastors from different Christian denominations”, I shutter to think what our Holy God in Heaven has in store for them.
shudder not shutter
Good grief. Condoms are covered by Hobby Lobby’s insurance. The only thing not covered are abortifacients.
What mendacious morons.
Employers controlling the most intimate details of employees lives?
Prefer the Fed Govt doing that instead??
Their open-mindedness has led to the brains falling out..
Unitarians are not Christian.
Pro-Abortion Christian Pastors
Something is wrong with that wording.
Big Religion circling the bowl.
You might want to expound on that notion ...
I Corinthians 27: Now you are the body of Christ, and each one of you is a part of it. 28 And God has placed in the church first of all apostles, second prophets, third teachers, then miracles, then gifts of healing, of helping, of guidance, and of different kinds of tongues. 29 Are all apostles? Are all prophets? Are all teachers? Do all work miracles? 30 Do all have gifts of healing? Do all speak in tongues[d]? Do all interpret? 31 Now eagerly desire the greater gifts.
Unitarians would be mightily surprised and angry to be called ‘Christians.” They most specifically are not.
How can you tell that you are at a Unitarian church? Check out the parking lot. If there are more that 5 Priuses with Obama stickers, it’s a Unitarian Universalist Society meeting. You will also see bumper stickers celebrating paganism and atheism. That’s why they call themselves “inclusive” not Christian.
I don’t know of a man anywhere who has used medical insurance to buy condoms. This is playing on the ignorance of these so-called “christian preachers”.
I may go to Hobby Lobby today. I’ll see if any fools are outside giving away abortificants.
Birth control was never the issue, but then why leave out the facts?
Condoms run 14 cents each thru Amazon.com, and birth control pills are under $10/month at Wal-Mart. So the idea that either is a financial burden is a tough sell.
Even tougher is convincing me I should be paying for sex I’m not having. What is next? Do I have to buy the booze to make the girl look good or feel willing? Do I have to pick out the drapes in the bedroom, and wash their sheets afterwards?
IF I were Hobby Lobby I would have someone outside each store also handing out condoms, saying that if everyone used condoms, then they wouldn’t need the 4 contraceptives that they won’t pay for.
Let me guess....some if not most of them are from the PCUSA??
‘Its hard enough to find a job without having to vet the religious beliefs of your boss first, said Cheryl Newman, of Naperville.’
Tell that to the prolife, proBiblically orthodox marriage Christian employees of companies like Chase Bank where they pressure their employees to tow the anti-Biblical perspective line.
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There is no such thing as Divine revelation, truth is what science or reason says it is at the moment or what works for you...
The Bible is outdated, of limited value, and in most areas simply wrong unless interpreted to support what we believe...
Science is infallible, not the Bible...
The Creation account is myth; evolution is fact...
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Mankind is basically good and self-redemption is possible
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We are never guilty of hypocrisy...
It was a typo: I menat to say “women” pastors.
You won’t (didn’t?) for at least five reasons:
- that would demonstrate that they understand the ruling
- pretending that condoms are outlawed doesn’t help them wail about “The Republican War On Women!”
- NEVER MENTION THE A-WORD!
- they are definitely more expensive than condoms
- that would in fact be some kind of “practicing medicine without a license”, plus the matter of how they obtained the pills themselves
1. If this "intimate detail" is none of your boss's business, why do you expect him to pay for it?
2. I thought YOU were supposed to be in control of these "most intimate details" of your lives. If you were, there wouldn't be a problem.
3. Yeah, WalMart still has the basic oral contraceptive, Ortho Tri-Cyclen, at $27 for a 3 month supply. At $9 per month, it's a lot less than you paid for your fingernails.