C. S. Lewis wrote: “This is the first point to be made: and the first action to be taken is to pull ourselves together. . . not huddled together like frightened sheep.” He would advise us to not let the coronavirus “dominate our minds.”
Dr. Martin Luther was asked whether it was right to flee a plague. Luther’s response to Dr. John Hess was later published as a pamphlet: “Whether one may flee from a Deadly Plague”. Here is a short excerpt that sounds like it could have been written during our Covid-19 crisis.
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Amy is best known for rescuing boys and girls from temple prostitution. She started an orphanage and mission in Dohnavur, India in 1901.
I recommend Dr. Brown’s chapter on Frozen Mammoths. as amazing evidence for Noah’s global flood.
Jonathan Edwards (1703 – 1758) Jonathan Edwards, when he was 14, was eagerly reading philosophy as a student at Yale. According to his biography at Christianity today: He also was […]