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Flat White

Covid blurred the separation of Church and State

<em>Churches allowed fear of the omnipotent God to be replaced with the fear of a fragile virus, making saviours out of health officials</em>

6 November 2022

4:00 AM

6 November 2022

4:00 AM

We need an honest assessment on how well our institutions have served us as a bulwark against state overreach into our lives.

The following is a letter I sent to the head of major church organisation and is a brief response to the last three years.

Christian institutions have survived enormous challenges for over 2,000 years and hence are a valuable source of information on the effects of a major crisis.

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