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Old February 9th, 2012, 11:14 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by brewmenn View Post
Or, should an employee be able to force their employer to provide medicines/procedures/etc that it sees as immoral or improper based on their religious or other beliefs?

I do not think any person or organization should be forced to support something they see as immoral or improper. If you don't agree with your employer you have 2 choices, suck it up and live be their rules, or quit.
I don't want to draw this into a slippery slope argument, but where then would you draw the line? Could an employer who was a Jehovah's Witness refuse to provide procedures where a blood transfusion was involved? Could I interpret the line in the Bible that says your body is a temple and not provide my employees with surgery, because to me it's just immoral to desecrate your body by cutting it up?
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