“Allowing ourselves to be shut away in our homes, our businesses closed, our lives regulated by the state is a mistake. It is something we might have done on our own, without state orders and that fine line is the crux of the issue and the dangerous distinction between right and wrong.
Had things not been state ordered, what I think would have happened is those who could remain at home and still do their jobs remotely, would have. Schools could have gone online and actually should have long ago, with parent-approved curriculum, rather than the state-ordered curriculum that makes our children accept liberal and communist principles in order to pass their classes and graduate. Online higher education has been effective for nearly a generation.
Church, on the other hand, is not the same. It is a Christian expectation that those of the flock will gather together. Matthew 18:20 says: “Where two or three gather in my name, I am with them.” Common sense can dictate the distance one keeps from others or the judicious use of self-mitigating practices. But, common sense is the one thing the liberal and communist education curriculums try desperately to eradicate. Communism doesn’t work logically, to common sense it is irrational so common sense is the one thing that must be done away with.”
Read the rest here: https://ncrenegade.com/editorial/t-l-davis-dangerous-distinction/