Increase in Those Opting for Faith-Based Health Care

Religious Health Care Ministries Show Growth: The Wall Street Journal reports that the number of participants in religious health-sharing arrangements has grown from 200,000 to 500,000 since 2010 and after enactment of the ACA.  According to the report, gov’t officials are concerned both about the risk to participants from the unregulated operation of the arrangements, and about their impact […]

“Concussion” — A Christian Case Re Football?

“Concussion” Makes a Christian Argument Against Football:  Students across several areas of study and interest may find the arguments within and about this film worth exploring.  “The movie’s moral arguments are framed less as matters of medicine than of religious faith. It’s not a sports movie, or a medical thriller, so much as a Christian […]

 
 
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