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Not a Savior, But a Partner

Building Community Together in the Health & Faith Cooperative Editor’s Note: In Defending the Common Good, we cannot forget the crucial role of healthcare, nor the need for health providers to find new ways of relating to communities. This article … Continue reading

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10 “Swamps” Where Christians Must Take Action

(Defending the Common Good, Part 1) Resuming our Bi-monthly Schedule with a New Managing Editor People of any faith strive to be “in the world but not of it.” Our values must stand in opposition to “the swamp” of greed, vanity, … Continue reading

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For the Healing of the Nation

As the rollout and implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has begun, issues of health care and health insurance have been topics of much conversation and scrutiny. Who should be covered, what services should be provided, and who should … Continue reading

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The Backstory: Healthcare, Christianity, and the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)

In this issue, For the Healing of the Nation, Unbound seeks to engage the national healthcare debate from a Reformed Christian perspective and to lift up the stories – the testimonies, if you will – of those who know from … Continue reading

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