By Bob Unruh
The Trump administration has resolved a dispute over Obamacare’s abortion mandate that the previous administration refused to address even though U.S. courts ordered it to be fixed.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in the Hobby Lobby case that the federal government could not force a for-profit business to subsidize abortion in health-care insurance plans in violation of the owners’ religious beliefs.
Later, the court ruled in the Little Sisters of the Poor case that faith-based nonprofit ministries are exempt.
The Supreme Court, pointed out First Liberty Institute, ordered the cases returned to lower courts where the Obama administration should “seek to accommodate the ministries.”
Instead of responding to the court, the Obama administration, in some cases, ignored the instructions.
Mark Taylor and Mary Colbert write in “The Trump Prophecies” about the miracle of the 2016 election and what the Body of Christ should do for the nation.
And that left Insight for Living Ministries — the international Bible-teaching ministry of Pastor Charles R. Swindoll, the chancellor of Dallas Theological Seminary and founder of Stonebriar Community Church in Frisco, Texas — on the hook.
Likewise for the Christian and Missionary Alliance, a denomination serving half-a-million Americans.
“The Obama administration left office without providing any relief for organizations …read more
Source:: World Net Daily