Month: May 2020

How (Not) to Navigate Coronavirus Conflicts in the Church

The Covid-19 pandemic has wreaked plenty of havoc on healthcare systems and economies around the globe, but what keeps me up at night is worries about what it might do to the church. Weeks of missed worship services, of course,...

/ May 19, 2020

Coronavirus and The Myopia of American Exceptionalism

On March 4, as Covid-19 was spreading rapidly through parts of the US, but remained almost untraceable for lack of testing kits, a friend of mine texted me somberly, “this has made me soberly reflect on the fact that for...

/ May 14, 2020