Rev. Morris Curry further despised his Christianity in all letters to the editors of the Opinion Page and now equates his employer’s vaccine requirements with life under the Antichrist (October). 10th “Obligation of death and loss”).
Employers who follow the orders of elected officials (to limit the spread of the plague between employees and customers) are waiting for “left-behind people” (perhaps from the rapture) “follow or die” Somehow prepares us all for authoritarianism. Those who do not follow the mandate are fired and then die (with their families) due to hunger and lack of shelter. All of this is to “embarrass” the employer for attempts to deny COVID-19 vaccination as a condition of employment and force the workplace. Safety and public health! Imagine being forced to get vaccinated to keep working, like in a hospital, school, or military.
I don’t remember the good pasters who opposed the Red States Governor, who refused federal money to extend unemployment. Hunger and lack of shelter only allow lazy people to stay home during the pandemic for the benefit of all of us, so hunger and lack of shelter make them work in low-paying crap jobs. But there are no vaccine requirements — they are evil.
Through the writing of a good minister, end time, death, the vanity of mankind, and the futileness of science are recurring themes. Commandments and bliss? Not so much.
It is the writing of a man who feels both the impending death and the uselessness of science or Christianity to avoid it.
It is a nihilistic “burn it up, it’s all crap” attitude that is as destructive to America as Christianity.
Anyway, a good pastor is raptured on it, without worrying about the suffering of others.
The rest: The “left behind” is the loser, the leftover of Jesus, the spiritual food waste scraped off his plate.
The minister must take care of their flock in the name of Jesus, guide them, protect them, and preach to them as he taught them.
Jesus never encouraged against civil authority efforts to control the plague. St. Luke (doctor) did not give up the drug or encourage Christians to pray for illness.
Neither did they yell at the last days every time they needed to insist.
— Tom McCombs / American Canyon
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