Hobby Lobby ruling draws Baptists to Twitter
July 1, 2014
NASHVILLE (BP) -- Twitter was a preferred format for many Southern Baptist leaders and others to express their reactions in the hours following the landmark Supreme Court decision June 30 to protect the owners of Hobby Lobby and other corporations who, based on sincerely held religious beliefs, refuse to provide abortion-causing drugs to employees.
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