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SATURDAY, FEB 15, 2014  |  26 comments
Walgreens Fires Pharmacist for Refusing to Dispense Plan B Morning After Pill

Yesterday, the Thomas More Society filed a federal lawsuit in the Middle District of Tennessee on behalf of Pharmacist Dr. Philip Hall against the Walgreen Company.

The complaint alleges that, in August 2013, Walgreens wrongfully fired Hall, who had been employed for six years as a pharmacist at Walgreens’ store in Jamestown, Tennessee, in violation of his constitutionally and statutorily protected rights to freedom of religion.

Hall, a practicing Baptist, entertains profound religious and moral objections to dispensing abortifacients, or abortion-inducing drugs, such as Plan B. For six years, Walgreens respected Hall’s religious beliefs and gave him only favorable reviews for his work performance. But in August 2013, Walgreens did an “about-face” and tried to force Hall to dispense Plan B in violation of his beliefs. When Hall indicated his intent to continue following the internal procedures ...


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Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I don't know enough about it to comment but I will say that I have always considered an hour a week to be a little odd. I know there are Sunday evening services, and usually a Wed service or prayer meeting, but I would like more services added. I know we can have home bible studies, personal studies, etc, but I just think most leave a service with renewed strength so I'd like to see more of them. I would go several times a week because it decompresses me after the daily grind. I just think there's something different when so many are gathered under one roof, in one name, in like mind, and with arms raised or heads bowed for the same purpose. Just gives me some strength back, I guess.
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News Item2/19/14 5:47 AM
JohnYurich USA | USA  Find all comments by JohnYurich USA
Christopher000 wrote:
Hi John, that would be perfectly fine for you to remain silent and sneak out at the end of the service as you do now because you're shy. I don't see anything wrong with that because it would be a stepping stone. The difference would be that you would be listening to the Word of God as it should be...nothing added, nothing taken away and you would no longer have to walk on eggshells having to be oh so careful not to listen to this, not to do that, not to repeat this, etc. You would be free from the heresies that must bother you at some level and still sit in the back and keep to yourself at the same time. I know you don't drive, but maybe there's another bible believing, preaching church nearby that you could just try as a test for yourself.
2 more reasons why I don't wish to leave the Catholic Church because I like to attend church on Saturday to do other things on Sunday morning and I like liturgical worship over the non liturgical worship of Evangelical Protestant Churches. Why don't Protestant Churches have worship services on weekdays like the Catholic Church does?
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News Item2/18/14 2:56 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
John Y., apparently all you have to do now is, Come Out Of The Catholic Church.

Revelation 18
4 And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, "Come out of her, my people, that you may not participate in her sins and that you may not receive of her plagues;
5 for her sins have piled up as high as heaven, and God has remembered her iniquities.---NASB

JFB Commentary wrote:
4. Come out of her, my people—quoted from Jer 50:8,51:6,45. Even in the Romish Church God has a people: but they are in great danger; their only safety is in coming out of her at once. So also in every apostate or world-conforming church there are some of God's invisible and true Church, who, if they would be safe, must come out. Especially at the eve of God's judgment on apostate Christendom: as Lot was warned to come out of Sodom just before its destruction, and Israel to come from about the tents of Dathan and Abiram. So the first Christians came out of Jerusalem when the apostate Jewish Church was judged....
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News Item2/18/14 8:12 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
John Yurich USA wrote:
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NRC, Let's say I did attend an Evangelical Protestant Church. I would not engage in fellowship with the minister or anybody else, I would sit in the back of the church and sneak out after the sermon and not be involved in any church activity because I am shy. Don't you comprehend shyness at all?
Well, it looks like you're coming along a little better John. Earlier(2/5/14 9:52AM) you said if you were to attend an Evangelical Protestant Church, you would not engage in verbal communication with the minister or anybody else, and would go to the bathroom during the sermon. Now you say you would "sneak out after the sermon." So that is a better thing than going during the sermon.
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News Item2/18/14 7:17 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Hi John, that would be perfectly fine for you to remain silent and sneak out at the end of the service as you do now because you're shy. I don't see anything wrong with that because it would be a stepping stone. The difference would be that you would be listening to the Word of God as it should be...nothing added, nothing taken away and you would no longer have to walk on eggshells having to be oh so careful not to listen to this, not to do that, not to repeat this, etc. You would be free from the heresies that must bother you at some level and still sit in the back and keep to yourself at the same time. I know you don't drive, but maybe there's another bible believing, preaching church nearby that you could just try as a test for yourself.
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News Item2/17/14 11:45 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
GSTexas wrote:
John Y, pretending to a faithful catholic is not "withdrawing yourself."
I have withdrawn myself from believing in the unscriptural Catholic doctrines, from participating in the unscriptural parts to the Mass and from communicating with the priest about anything.
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News Item2/17/14 11:38 AM
GSTexas  Find all comments by GSTexas
John Y, pretending to a faithful catholic is not "withdrawing yourself."
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News Item2/17/14 11:11 AM
penned  Find all comments by penned
John UK wrote:
It's always, every time, best to keep the conscience happy and at peace. It's a no contest, basically. Having temporal blessings cannot compete with eternity.
wise words!
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News Item2/17/14 4:49 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
GSTexas wrote:
John Y, in order for you to justify remaining in the RCC, you have to ignore all the verses in Scripture that command us to avoid false teachers and false doctrines, which makes your claim that its okay for you to remain in the RCC, unscriptural. The fact you can remain in a "church" that is bankrupt of scriptural truth, and that blasphemes our Lord Jesus Christ every sunday, and have no problem speaks volumes.
2 Thessalonians 3:6 "Now we comnand you, bretheren, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that ye withdraw yourselves from every brother that walketh disorderly, and NOT AFTER THE TRADITION WHICH HE RECIEVED OF US "
I do avoid my priest by not communicating with him at all about anything. And I avoid the false Catholic doctrines and the unscriptural parts to the Mass by not adhering to the false Catholic doctrines and by not participating in the unscriptural parts to the Mass.

NRC, Let's say I did attend an Evangelical Protestant Church. I would not engage in fellowship with the minister or anybody else, I would sit in the back of the church and sneak out after the sermon and not be involved in any church activity because I am shy. Don't you comprehend shyness at all?

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News Item2/17/14 1:50 AM
GSTexas  Find all comments by GSTexas
John Y, in order for you to justify remaining in the RCC, you have to ignore all the verses in Scripture that command us to avoid false teachers and false doctrines, which makes your claim that its okay for you to remain in the RCC, unscriptural. The fact you can remain in a "church" that is bankrupt of scriptural truth, and that blasphemes our Lord Jesus Christ every sunday, and have no problem speaks volumes.

2 Thessalonians 3:6 "Now we comnand you, bretheren, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that ye withdraw yourselves from every brother that walketh disorderly, and NOT AFTER THE TRADITION WHICH HE RECIEVED OF US "

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News Item2/16/14 11:39 PM
NRC  Find all comments by NRC
Re: poster below stated.."the catholic church is not entirely unscriptural."
Would you drink a glass of water that had just a pinhead drop of arsenic in it?
What an affront to Almighty God to claim to be born again and to worship Him in a false religion that has a false "priest" perform some kind of a punch and Judy magic show for the crowd...how deceived can one be
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News Item2/16/14 10:39 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Christopher000 wrote:
Then he isn't aware of the anti biblical nature of the Roman church, mass, etc, etc.
As for name calling, etc, being no big deal if we ask for forgiveness each day, well, that is the lie that attracts so many to the Roman system. Sin, confess, do penance, start all over again. Hitler, mobsters, drug cartels...All Roman Catholic who repeat their sins all day every day because there's no need to change if the slate can be wiped clean with a simple prayer/confession/sacramental penance and everyone goes to Purgatory for a while anyway.
My Non Denominational brother knows that since there are some scriptural Catholic doctrines and scriptural parts to the Mass that the Catholic Church is not entirely unscriptural. And thus one who is Born Again can attend Catholic Church if one refrains from the unscriptural parts to the Mass. And the Bible states that Jesus is able and willing to forgive our sins if we confess directly to Him which is what I do every night at bed. I never go to Individual confession. And there is no Purgatory. And Hitler never went to confession when he was the leader of Germany as he ceased being a practicing Catholic by then. And mobsters and drug dealers never go to confession or confess to Jesus.
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News Item2/16/14 8:16 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
pennnned wrote:
.....that's right! the corporation is in charge of our jobs, and if in the bio it says to kill the unborn, then we must to keep our jobs. and such is the issue of conscience and the mark of the beast.
It's always, every time, best to keep the conscience happy and at peace. It's a no contest, basically. Having temporal blessings cannot compete with eternity. But we must all expect more and more tribulation, along with persecution. And God's grace will be more than sufficient, no matter what transpires. He knows what he does.
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News Item2/16/14 7:39 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
John Y Wrote:
My Born Again Non Denominational brother doesn't believe I am sinning by attending the Catholic Church if I am Born Again.
Then he isn't aware of the anti biblical nature of the Roman church, mass, etc, etc.
As for name calling, etc, being no big deal if we ask for forgiveness each day, well, that is the lie that attracts so many to the Roman system. Sin, confess, do penance, start all over again. Hitler, mobsters, drug cartels...All Roman Catholic who repeat their sins all day every day because there's no need to change if the slate can be wiped clean with a simple prayer/confession/sacramental penance and everyone goes to Purgatory for a while anyway.

As for the story, times sure are changing and it's becoming more and more difficult own a business, or even be an employee as a born again Christian.

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News Item2/16/14 7:09 AM
In other words  Find all comments by In other words
John Yurich USA wrote:
Let's think about this logically. The Bible states that there is only one requirement for gaining entrance into Heaven and that is to embrace Jesus as ones Savior by trusting in Him alone for salvation. And nowhere in the Bible is church attendance/membership in any church including Evangelical Protestant Church mentioned as being a requirement for gaining entrance into Heaven. When everybody stands before Jesus after they pass away He will not look at the church that one attended in determining who will enter Heaven. He will only look at if one had embraced Him as their Savior by trusting in Him alone for salvation. Therefore for you guys to keep stating that if one who is Born Again doesn't leave the Catholic Church and doesn't unite with an Evangelical Protestant Church that they are not really saved is utterly unscriptural.
You don't know any Bible. Got it!
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News Item2/16/14 4:58 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Barry from KY wrote:
Why do all of these posts wind up trying to get John Y to leave the catholic church? He's never going to agree to that.
Let's think about this logically. The Bible states that there is only one requirement for gaining entrance into Heaven and that is to embrace Jesus as ones Savior by trusting in Him alone for salvation. And nowhere in the Bible is church attendance/membership in any church including Evangelical Protestant Church mentioned as being a requirement for gaining entrance into Heaven. When everybody stands before Jesus after they pass away He will not look at the church that one attended in determining who will enter Heaven. He will only look at if one had embraced Him as their Savior by trusting in Him alone for salvation. Therefore for you guys to keep stating that if one who is Born Again doesn't leave the Catholic Church and doesn't unite with an Evangelical Protestant Church that they are not really saved is utterly unscriptural.
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News Item2/15/14 4:01 PM
Strat  Find all comments by Strat
No reason to make the pill prescription medication...except perhaps to allow the abortion crowd to weed out more of their opposition.
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News Item2/15/14 3:53 PM
pennnned  Find all comments by pennnned
.....that's right! the corporation is in charge of our jobs, and if in the bio it says to kill the unborn, then we must to keep our jobs. and such is the issue of conscience and the mark of the beast.
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News Item2/15/14 3:48 PM
Barry from KY | Northern Ky  Find all comments by Barry from KY
Why do all of these posts wind up trying to get John Y to leave the catholic church? He's never going to agree to that.

I think that if this guy was going against corporate policy and they fired him there is nothing you can do about it. The corporation can hire and fire anyone it wants to.

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News Item2/15/14 3:40 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Jim Lincoln wrote:
John Y., one sin you wouldn't have to ask God to forgive is attending a Satanic church, Should Roman Catholicism really be classified as a Christian religion? -- No. if you would Come Out Of The Catholic Church If you keep committing the same sin, over and over again you don't have Christ as Lord, and if you don't have him as Lord, you aren't a Christian, Lordship Salvation: What Must a True Believer, Believe?.
By the way, "Saint" Thomas More was no saint, and he advocated communism. Thomas More, Christian humanism, Catholicism and Utopia.
Since when is it a sin to attend the Catholic Church if one refrains from participating in the unscriptural parts to the Mass and only participates in the scriptural parts to the Mass. My Born Again Non Denominational brother doesn't believe I am sinning by attending the Catholic Church if I am Born Again.
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