Vaccination defiance among healthcare workers reveals much about how many Americans think about themselves and their faith.
February 23, 2022
Attending to each other and our communities is costly, messy, exhausting — and vital
October 22, 2020
What happens when a nation fails to reckon with its own human frailty
October 15, 2020
Exploring the "ultimate dimensions" of COVID-19 as Americans prepare themselves for a season of quarantine and isolation
March 16, 2020
Imagining a future for American healthcare by revisiting our past
March 5, 2020
Editor's Note: This essay responds to the "Three Reasons White Evangelicals Hate Obamacare" critically analyzed by Myriam Renaud in her April 12 article for Sightings. It is reasonable to think that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (...
May 3, 2018
Last year, Republican lawmakers—with the support of many white evangelical Christians—found ways to undermine Obamacare. In Iowa, where evangelicals are a potent force, the governor recently approved legislation allowing insurers to sell cheaper plan...
April 12, 2018
“It is strange that healing is absent from medical discourse today. Cure, resolution, recovery, and rehabilitation retain semantic currency; you can find these words throughout the medical textbooks and professional health literature.” But, conti...