Hobby Lobby: resolute in court, visionary for Bible's relevance
Hobby Lobby has been pushed to the front lines of a monumental battle over religious liberty just when the arts and crafts chain is aiming to open a Bible museum near the U.S. Capitol in Washington.
"God's up to something," Steve Green, Hobby Lobby's president, often says.
"We're just along for the ride."
Hobby Lobby's founder -- Green's father, David -- has publicly stated the company will not obey a federal mandate to provide employee health insurance that covers abortion-causing drugs. The 530-store chain could face government fines amounting to $1.3 million a day if the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services forces its will on Hobby Lobby and numerous other privately owned businesses lead by Christians who regard abortion as the taking of innocent life....