If I'm reading it right, it's not against all forms of contraception, just against those which could more accurately be described as early abortion. So condoms, diaphragms etc are fine. They prevent conception, not dispose of the result. Morning after pills (or RU486) not so fine. At least, I assume that's what they're talking about. I'm not an expert on contraceptives. I dunno where regular birth-control pills fit in. I guess they don't prevent conception - they just prevent the impregnated egg from latching onto the wall of the uterus. Or something. So they may indeed be out according to the definition.