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    • How Protestants Learned to Love the Pill
      The Protestant Reformation was in significant part a protest against the perceived antinatalism of the late Medieval Christian Church. It was a celebration of procreation that also saw contraception and abortion as among the most wicked of human sins, as direct affronts to the ordinances of God. This background makes the Protestant “sellout” on contraception in the mid 20th Century all the more surprising, and disturbing. (Crisis Magazine)
    • An Engaging Exploration of Why We Pay What We Do
      Eduardo Porter even casts the Protestant Reformation in terms of prices and benefits. After centuries of charging ever-increasing fees , the Catholic Church hit a ceiling when reformers opened churches that provided more core services nearly for free. (ABC News)

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