Oklahoma-based store ownership has loudly proclaimed anti-support for ladies’ healthcare (specific birth control methods) and would not support a female’s right to choose what happens to her own body (abortion and surrounding issues) because of reasons credited to religion.
But, apparently, the Bible-thumping business will support beliefs other than Christianity if it makes the company a profit and keeps a lawsuit off the books. That’s how it looks to us, anyway.
to christiancentury.org, Hobby Lobby recently released a public apology
for its lack of Jewish-friendly holiday decor and promised it was in no
way rooted in anti-Semitism. Company management credits a demand for
the holiday fare as a reason its shelves will soon be lined with
employees also have exploited the seemingly bigoted vibe that some say
HobLob exudes. NJ.com reported that an employee of a New Jersey store
made a bawdy comment when a customer asked if the store carried bar
Company president Steve Green quickly issued another
The statements were released to dispute allegations of misconduct (give
that damage control team a raise, y’all!), which is way more than many
believe Hobby Lobby will allow women in its employ. Maybe it’s because,
after all, Jesus was a Jew (and a man)?