As Hobby Lobby made its case to the Supreme Court, arguing that its business is sufficiently Christian to be exempt from Obamacare's contraceptive mandate, another business was arguing its evangelical bona fides, too.
WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group, the evangelical division of Penguin Random House (PRH), is one of the world's leading Christian publishers. Its backlist includes David Platt's Radical, John Piper's Desiring God, and Stephen Arterburn's Every Man's Battle. But it has resigned its membership in the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) rather than submit to an ethics review over God and the Gay Christianâa book it didn't actually publish.
The book, in which Matthew Vines argues that same-gender sex is not sinful, was published by Convergent Books. A 16-month-old PRH line, Convergent describes itself as "for progressive and mainline Christians who demand an open, inclusive, and...
Also, SCOTUS, did not say Obamacare is founded or funded by taxes they said IT WAS A TAX and thus it was legal. ---no matter who originated it (even if as you allege they stole it from the republicans) we only have it as law now because democrats and ONLY democrats voted for it, and they have gone on record, thanks to the republicans, of having wanted it over 50 times---
We have noted before that AARP has an over 2 billion dollar gain from the unAffordable unhealthy nocare Act so is not a reliable source.
Then you hit the wrong link in you final words of the post it should have been
And I don't mind helping you keep these things straight.
Jim Lincoln wrote: Why, Penny, a Lincoln Federal Judge came to about the same conclusion on the Supreme Court but for different reasons. --- Penny, you aren't island unto yourself. If one lives in this country, one has to abide by its laws. Rendering To Caesar---A Biblical Perspective On Government
1. Koph sounds a bit off-center.
2. The govt is not Caesar. Just for the sake of argument only, though, let us say Caesar is government, which you mistakenly think. Caesar is also required to abide by the law. And lest we forget, the first amendment is the law, which your Ocare seeks to render meaningless. The SC made the right decision. The Greens don't have to leave their faith at their store doors.
Why, Penny, a Lincoln Federal Judge came to about the same conclusion on the Supreme Court but for different reasons.
Judge Koph wrote: in its next term, the Supreme Court should âgo quiescentâ because it has âproven that the court is now causing more harm (division) to our democracy than good by deciding hot button cases that the Court has the power to avoid.â
the case should be argued that forcing individuals to pay for other's healthcare is highway robbery. this is not about corporation rights, corporations are not people.
its about individual rights, that we were all created by God, not by state and we have inalienable rights that should be respected.
no one should have to beg the king to be exempted.
the supreme court has failed America.
and evangelicals fail America as well if they think they can have collective rights after trading out all their individual rights for "safety". their collective power has largely waned. respecting each other's individual rights to life, liberty, religion, speech and thought, privacy, trial and defense and what am I missing is what made this country foundationally what it was.
No matter what the Supreme Court says, a Company isn't a person, it doesn't have a soul so it can't be Christian.
The Supreme Court is to pro-corporation, "today itâs much easier to tap into the fury and anxiety of out-of-power millionaires than it is to amass contributions in defense of the status quo." excerpt from a very interesting article, How Much Has Citizens United Changed the Political Game?