“This is what you call a terrible testimony,” says Michael Heiser, scholar-in-residence at Logos Bible Software. “Simply disgraceful and dishonest. Sure, lets lie and break the law so we can can fill out our Bible museum. I hope this goes viral and shames the whole lot of them.”

On the other hand, Jeffrey A. Tucker writing for the Foundation for Economic Education says, “The attack on Hobby Lobby is incoherent and unjust.” He defends the retailer against accusations of hypocrisy after the $3 million fine. “What Hobby Lobby was doing could have finally saved this sacred history on behalf of the whole of humanity. . . . Hobby Lobby deserves praise, not condemnation, for these actions.