Hobby Lobby Stands Ground Against Group Asking to Drop HHS Lawsuit
A petition with 80,000 signatures brought forward by a social activist group demanding that Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. drop its lawsuit opposing the Health and Human Services "preventive services" mandate is misleading and wrong, says a lawyer for the Christian family-owned nationwide business.
According to a press release from "Faithful America" and subsequent news reports, a Christian evangelical pastor identified as the Rev. Lance Schmitz of Capitol Hill Church of the Nazarene in Oklahoma City, attempted to deliver the petition to the Hobby Lobby headquarters in Oklahoma City on Thursday and was kicked off the premises and unable to deliver the petition.
Kyle Duncan, general counsel for the Becket Fund, who is defending Hobby Lobby in the HHS lawsuit, told The Christian Post on Thursday that although he does not know exactly what transpired at the company's headquarters, he has read the...
This 'evangelical Christian' group is ECINO (ev in name only). These leftist fake groups have sprouted all around on Christian leaning websites to hijack the Christian voice from the town square. Do not be deceived, God is not mocked, whatsoever we sow, we will reap.
Stand firm Hobby Lobby. Even your rights as a citizen of Rome, as it were, (USA in this case) allow you to have your accusers confront you in an open court. Those signatures mean nothing if they would support the very unBiblican and non Christ like statements made by their representative, a hireling calling him/herself a 'pastor'.