In the Washington Post, the Witherspoon Institute’s Matthew Franck discusses fissures in American Christianity’s response to Obamacare, fissures which are bound to reopen after the Court’s decision yesterday. There is no single Christian, or even Catholic, approach to the distribution of health care, he writes. “One thing is certain. Christians will continue to argue among themselves about the gospel command to love our neighbors, and the gospel admonition, ‘as you did it not to one of the least of these, you did it not to me’ (Matthew. 25:45).” Take a look.