The Catholic Church teaches that contraception is intrinsically evil, thwarts God’s law and is unscriptural. Most Protestant denominations have no restriction on contraception (since ~1930). Most Protestants say infant baptism is wrong because nowhere in Scripture does it specifically say to baptize infants. Thus, if it’s not in Scripture, it should not be done. There is no instance in Scripture where it is morally accepted to use contraception, yet contraception is widely accepted in most Protestant denominations. This Protestant reasoning is not consistent. Isn’t this hypocritical?
Please don’t bring up something like, “There is no instance in Scripture where it says not to drive your car recklessly” either, or some such thing. The Catholic Church doesn’t have dogmatic teaching on driving a vehicle, so that argument doesn’t work.