Illinois cannot make pharmacists give ‘morning after’ pill: court
Mary Wisniewski, Reuters
An Illinois appellate court Friday affirmed a lower court finding that the state cannot force pharmacies and pharmacists to sell emergency contraceptives – also known as “morning after pills” – if they have religious objections.
NYC Education Department Expands Access to Morning After Pill to 13 Schools
Michael Gryboski, Christian Post
According to the program, the schools can provide Plan B emergency contraception without parental consent to girls as young as 14.
The Definition of ‘Evangelical’
James R. Rogers, First Things
While the group of evangelical churches identified by Putnam and Campbell generally shares a consensus on a set of basic doctrines—the resurrection and ascension of Jesus Christ, his deity, his virgin birth, his second return, etc.—there nonetheless is also significant variation in belief and practice among this set of churches.
Caught Between the Spouse and the Spirit
Deborah Swerdlow in Icapuí, Christianity Today
Brazilian women find support and new roles at charismatic churches. Their husbands don’t like it. Whom will they choose?