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Religious Objections to Labor Union Membership

Seventh-day Adventists were among the earliest religious objectors to labor union membership. These objections are founded on various principles, including, on principles of liberty of conscience. The labor union requires its members to surrender their autonomy to the decision of the majority. Fundamentally, labor unions use coercive leverage to pursue their goals. The Seventh-day Adventist Church teaches that the use of such coercion is not suitable for Christians who seek to represent Christ in all they do.

The Church State Council can assist those who seek to opt out of membership in labor unions. Sample letters below usually do the trick. Contact us to request written materials on the subject, including a compilation of insight on the topic written by Ellen G. White.

Sample Letters