Religious organizations can get an exemption from Obamacare’s birth control mandate. But opposition to contraception and embracing a pro-life philosophy are matters of moral conviction, not just religious conviction. What about an organization whose stance is based on moral reasoning, rather than religious doctrine?
March for Life is a secular organization, so a judge had ruled that it cannot be exempt from the Obamacare mandate. But a federal judge threw out that decision, saying that moral objections can carry the same weight as religious convictions.
People are always confusing religion and morality, as if they were the same thing, or as if moral decisions are always religious decisions, and vice versa. They are related, to be sure, but in the case of Christianity, which affirms both realms, the religious part is not so much about being moral as with finding forgiveness for NOT being moral.