• 2 months ago

Coronavirus and churches: The restrictions are strict. In shifting “red zones,” where the coronavirus risk is highest, no more than 10 people may attend religious services. In slightly less dangerous “orange zones,” which are also fluid, attendance is capped at 25. This applies even to churches that can seat more than 1,000 people.
The New York Times
Me: So if “God” does not protect the faithful from Coronavirus in his places of worship, what does he protect you all from?
If it is what happens to you after your death, how can you be sure that the “God” who does not protect you while you are alive, will do anything for you when you die?
Conclusion: Who tells you there is a God and what is in it for them, by having you believe what they tell you?
Proof is in the pudding, sort of thing.