Living Among Those Most at Risk by Bishop Kenneth L. Carter

This is a great blog about what’s happening these days. I agree with the entire blog, but especially these three paragraphs:

I will also advocate for the most vulnerable and those on the frontlines of care. That means insisting that policies in response to the pandemic be based on science and facts, not on political expediency and selfish advantage.

There is a lot of dangerous religious nonsense circulating with the pandemic. Claiming that the virus is God’s punishment only adds to the suffering and totally mischaracterizes the nature and action of God.

The notion that God is inflicting the virus on my neighbors across the street is blatant blasphemy; and any who suggests such are insulting God and my neighbors.

Bishop Kenneth Carter
Shifting Margins

 

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