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Contraception

With the advent of technologies that allow people to begin life outside the womb or end it the "morning after" fertilization, evangelicals have been rethinking their position on contraception. Some are simply more careful about its use, others reject contraception altogether. But while evangelicals have generally supported contraceptives, they largely opposed recent healthcare legislation mandating contraception coverage.

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    It isn’t easy being a self-described feminist on one of the most famous evangelical campuses in the country, which became even better known when its case against covering some forms of contraception reached the Supreme Court on July 3.

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