And birth control? No one's freedom of religion is being called into question here.Maaaaaaaarten said:I'll have my freedom of religion. If I were a doctor, who would not want to perform, say, euthanasia, and some patient wanted me to do euthanasia, I'd redirect the patient to another doctor who would be willing to perform euthanasia.
My thinking, though, is that nobody's religious beliefs have the right today, in our secular democracy, to infringe upon, or inhibit, the legal rights of a citizen. If one is unable to accommodate them in the fullest in one's chosen field, because of one's moral outlook as stipulated by the doctrine of one's faith, then he or she should seek another profession not in conflict with one’s religion.
Of course I realize the religious don’t see things that way, however, this is my position.