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Gladys versus God

14 September 2021

5:32 PM

14 September 2021

5:32 PM

Churches cannot — and must not — comply with health orders that require them to exclude unvaccinated people from worship services. To do so would be profoundly unchristian.

Yet that is exactly what New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian is telling them they must do.

Under her Reopening NSW Roadmap, released last week, churches will be permitted to resume in-person services once 70 per cent of adults are fully vaccinated, but only for double-jabbed parishioners.

Two weeks to flatten the curve has become two jabs to get into church.

Jesus may well have said that He will sort the sheep from the goats but...

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