So the first amendment that states "congress shall make no law ... prohibiting the free exercise [of religion]" only applies to churches and faith based organizations? Congress can make a law prohibiting the free exercise of religion when businesses are involved?
A business cannot force an individual to do things that go against a persons religious beliefs.
The owners who run Hobby Lobby believe that abortion kills an unborn albeit living child, yet you are fine with them being forced to violate their religious beliefs because they make up a business?
If any component of the Bill or Rights is up for grabs, then all of it is up for grabs.