Tuesday, February 03, 2015

Are Christian health care ministries undermining ObamaCare? Let's hope so.

Molly Worthen, an assistant professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, bemoans the growing popularity of health care sharing organizations like Samaritan Ministries International and Christian Healthcare Ministries. Sure, they have their admirable qualities, but it just isn't fair that they can escape the clutches of ObamaCare.

And, of course, limiting membership to Christians is a little too exclusive. Worthen concludes, "To make the Affordable Care Act stick, and to make it work, means convincing more Americans that they are not just their brother's keeper." Apparently, charity that isn't coerced at the point of a gun just isn't charity.

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