Tuesday, 9 August 2011

Christian chemists 'will be forced out' under morning-after pill rules

Christian pharmacists fear they could face the sack if they refuse to hand out morning-after pills, under new guidelines issued by a medical regulator.
Many pharmacists have conscientious moral objections to dispensing emergency contraception and have in the past refused to do so because the drugs work by preventing a fertilised egg from implanting in the womb.

I have a solution, since as pharmacists it is their job to provide the legally approved medicines required by their clientele, be it prescription or over-the-counter: Why don't they pray over the pills asking God to render them inneffective? Prayer works, right? This would line up with God's wishes, right?

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