Heroes or Scapegoats?
Plus: Church and State During Coronavirus; Christian Witness; Priorities
John StonestreetShane Morris
John Stonestreet and Shane Morris talk about how Christians are responding to the coronavirus–and how even heroic efforts like those of Samaritan’s Purse setting up a field hospital in New York City are being criticized by those with, shall we say, a certain bias against Christianity.
John and Shane also discuss at length the issue of church and state: Can states force churches to close? Are there historical precedents? When can — and even should — the Church obey the state in times of crisis, and how to we ensure that our freedom to assemble remains just that — freedom?
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“Mandatory social distancing is not a threat to religious liberty. It’s essential for humanity,” by Albert Mohler and Kelly Shackleford, Washington Post
“The New York Times’ Prejudiced Op-Ed: Evangelicals Are Anti-Science and Responsible for Coronavirus Epidemic,” by Glenn Stanton, Daily Citizen
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