a. A company can hold religious beliefs
b. The company that hold religious beliefs can act on them
c. The truth of those beliefs was unimportant to the outcome*
Well it turns out that this Christian is a liar, thief, looter and war profiteer.
This is one of the "Turkish Sample Tiles" that Hobby Lobby both illegally.
|Dear Hobby Lobby, thank you for the sample tile. I would like to tile my floor with these ancient writing samples.|
*In this case, the company believed that birth control lead to abortions. Expert testimony that this was not true didn't matter. A compromise to use only birth control that prevent fertilization (as opposed to inhibiting attachment of a fertilized egg to the uterus) was also deemed "abortion" by the company - again not true as testified by evidence. But companies, in addition to being religious can, apparently, based their religious decisions on random facts made up by Fox News.