Aobo Dong is an M.T.S. candidate in Religion, Politics, and Ethics at the Harvard Divinity School. He graduated from Wesleyan University, where he majored in Social Studies and examined the alliance between American evangelicals and the GOP in his honors thesis. At Harvard, his research interests have shifted toward reconciling potential conflicts between religion and the modern human rights discourse, particularly in terms of sexuality, health, and other social-economic rights. He is also a junior fellow at the Science, Religion & Culture (SRC) program. For his Fellowship project, Aobo will investigate the legal and ethical challenges surrounding the fast-expanding healthcare cost-sharing ministries (HCSMs) that provide members with an alternative to traditional insurance models.