As a person of religious convictions and former professor of social ethics, I appreciate Helen Aguirre Ferre’s concerns in the Dec. 8 Other Views column, Religious freedom in peril. But I find her opinion misguided and too narrowly focused.
Her concern is with the right of David Green and his wife to express their own religious freedom.
That has never been in question since they haven't lost their freedom to choose, for themselves, which of the contraception methods allowed by the ACA agree with their religious convictions.
The question is whether their right to exercise their religious convictions includes a right to deny their employees their own religious right to use the contraceptives they prefer and the right to equal treatment under the law afforded by our Constitution.
Michael Rivas, Sunny Isles Beach