God, Sexuality, and the Self: An Essay 'On the Trinity'
Faith & Pregnancy

An different perspective on the birth control case

A rabbi writes that in Judaism the use of birth control is often required by religious faith, such that the ruling on Tuesday may make it more difficult for some Jewish women to fulfill their religious obligations, thus harming their religious liberty.

If other closely held corporations follow suit, we may have hundreds of thousands if not millions of people who will not have access to basic health coverage that helps them to uphold the religious and ethical principles that guide them in building their families.

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