Good, but not enough....
I appreciate what is said, but criticize what is left unsaid. For example, the Church failed to prevent this pandemic and its impact on America, despite many experts warning for many years that what is happening - an animal virus mutating to become human inflectious - would happen, anytime and probably in next decade. What does the bystanding of the Chuch and resultant (at least in part) shameful lack of preparation in America, particularly after December 2019, imply about the adequacy of theology and praxis in 2020? quite a bit, I think, but I don't think this topic can be considered on this show - too risky, apparently. Perhaps it's more risky 'for the life of the world" not to though.Read full review »
Funkrock8 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/02/20
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