Religious Freedom and the Coronavirus

I also posted on this subject back nearly a month ago in an article entitled COVID-19 and the Church you can read it here 

BreakPoint Daily

Religious Freedom and the Coronavirus

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Insights from the Alliance Defending Freedom

JOHN STONESTREET  WITH ROBERTO RIVERA

The media narratives that have emerged from the COVID-19 pandemic are varied. Some, like the lack of supplies for medical personnel and first responders, are important. Others, like the stories about churches and their defiant pastors who refuse to comply with physical-distancing and stay-at-home orders, are mostly selective and overblown.

Of course, there are a few churches and pastors behaving badly. A few. A very few. Less than one percent, in fact. To suggest that they are representative of all Christians is both misleading and slanderous.

Also largely ignored in so many of the stories about these churches is the fact that in many towns, counties, and states, the stay-at-home orders are confusing. Some are even illegal.

Understandably, many Christians struggle to know how to take the alarming headlines about pastors being arrested, and many churches and Christian ministries struggle to know how to carry out their mission at this time.

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