Guest219794 2,453 Posts Oct 1, 2021 1 hour ago, Soloist said: I take issue with your first point. Many times a religious group has formed a position on something that prior would not have even been a consideration. For example, prior to the TV the Conservative Mennonites had no stance on the TV. The Amish prior to electricity had no stance on electricity. Again prior to abortion being a practice, the Christians had no specific statement on abortion. The basis of objection to the vaccines on the use of fetal cells does not agree with you or the majority of people, but religious groups have always suffered for their beliefs. Some of them I would question and find too far but I would find it lamentable if we have no tolerance for religious beliefs. That being said, I'm not here to debate you but Title 7 of the Federal code makes no stipulations of the conviction. It does however, have a stipulation of reasonable accommodations which one could argue should be in effect for medical preventing exemptions from vaccines. Even if you accept that religious beliefs somehow trump any other belief system, (I don't) this particular group is making a mockery of religious exemptions. "The basis of objection to the vaccines on the use of fetal cells does not agree with you or the majority of people, but religious groups have always suffered for their beliefs." It is not a question of whether one's objection to fetal cell use is agreeable or not. The actual basis of most objections is political, and unrelated to fetal cells. Actual religious objectors are hurt the most by this crap.