Religions do not accept abortion. That's why some faiths are planning to go to court

Supreme Court decision ending constitutional right to abortion turns to new strategy: Get God on their side

Some activists plan to file religious freedom lawsuits in hopes of using state or federal courts to restore their rights

Which the activists say are violated by conservative Christians who impose their theocracy on others as the de facto national religion in the fight against abortion rights 

While conservative Christians generally oppose abortion, many other Christians and faiths — recognize the right of women to protect their lives from dangerous pregnancies.

"The country is being taken over by the fundamentalist Christian theology," said Rabbi Barry Silver of Congregation L'Dor Va-Dor in Boca Raton, Florida

"This is the exact religion the founders had in mind when they created the separation of church and state."

"At the end of it all, the government can still defend itself and say it has a compelling interest in protecting the life of the unborn child," Rienzi president of the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty said.

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