Discuss Religion vs Employment at the Politics & Religion within the Wrestling Talk Forums; Originally Posted by Spider
"My local pharmacist told me that he had to take the ...
The judgment is not necessarily a moral one. In many people's eyes- it is killing a baby. While the law says one thing, many people hold views that differ from what the law thinks is correct. If law allowed Kavorkian to end people's lives while they were in pain (and that could happen...many of these people are closer to death than the baby is to life outside the womb), he wouldn't be looked at as a madman in the media.
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(Just another perspective- I happen to think that if you're doing the job, you better be able to dish out whatever they tell you to, or expect to get fired.)
I don't think we disagree here. Whether it's a quesiton of morality, religion, or whatever, unless you are being asked to do something illegal, either do the job or get out. My point in my previous post was that the pharmacist is obligated to carry out the physician's orders unless he detects an error which could jepoardize the patient's health, or unless he's asked to do something illegal. Christian Scientists probably think that the dispensing of any medicine is improper, so they'd really make lousy pharmacists.
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The Scientologists would definitely not be my pharmacist of choice... lol
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