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Chasing Babies... Growing in Grace: Healthcare and the Believer

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Healthcare and the Believer

With all the different news over the last months about the health care bill (and all the many changes that have come with it), it's hard to follow. Hard to know exactly what it's going to do... what it means... and what we can do about it. And it's harder for some to understand that others. My husband probably has a pretty good handle on what is going on, but I rarely feel like I do. I just know it's not good. Not good for our nation. Not good for the American people. Not good for believers. Just not good.

I read a newsletter article this evening that laid out the basics of what is happening here in a nice clear way... even I could understand:
A key difference between Christianity and humanism is our soteriology (our view of salvation). Christians believe that man's basic problem is sin. Humanists believe man's basic problem is his environment. Consequently, humanist advocate salvation through legislation. The idea is that the State can save man through education, wealth redistribution, or other environmental changes. This view of the messianic state -- the state as savior-- is at the heart of President Obama's socialized medicine initiative.

Christians, not the federal or state government, are to care for their own, including widows and the fatherless (James 1:27). Doug Phillips, President of Vision Forum Ministries

Read the rest of A Biblical Alternative to Socialized Healthcare.

This may be the option many of us are looking for now!

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