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April 02 2020 By virtueonline Is the Coronavirus a Divine Judgment?

You will hear of wars and rumors of wars, but see to it that you are not alarmed. Such things must happen, but the end is still to come. Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. There will be famines and earthquakes in various places. All these are the beginning of birth pains.
(Matthew 24:6-8)

Birth Pang?

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April 01 2020 By virtueonline The president, the pandemic and the limits of positive thinking

What if the president's mendacity actually reflects his theology -- the power of positive thinking?

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March 31 2020 By virtueonline Obedience to God and Love of Neighbor in the Face of a Coronavirus: A Christian's Mandate

A crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic tends to jerk humanity into the most fundamental theological questions. Who would have thought just a couple weeks ago that many would be forced to shelter in place, restrict their movements to only the grocery store and a local pharmacy? As this pandemic continues to cast its shadow, humanity will be forced into the most basic yet most important questions any human could ask. Life and death are now, all the sudden, our daily conversation.

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March 30 2020 By virtueonline India in lock-down. Christian Ministry continues

Our Health Centre will remain open with one nurse and a doctor on call. The ambulance will be available as needed. A maintenance staff have been asked to move on to the compound to help keep the place going.

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March 26 2020 By virtueonline The Judgment of God and the COVID-19 Virus

Smeaton explained how abortion has killed "between one to two billion" people in the world in the last 50 years. "That's more people killed than all the people killed in all the wars in the whole of recorded human history."

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March 25 2020 By virtueonline ANCIENT FUTURE ANGLICANISM: An Essay in Anglican Renewal

The episcopal order being of Divine institution is therefore unchangeable. The Fathers teach unanimously that it is essential to the constitution of the Christian Church. St. Ignatius says, "My soul be for theirs who obey bishop, presbyters, deacons ... without these there is no Church. "The mark of the body of Christ" says St. Irenaeus, "is according to the succession of bishops to whom the apostles delivered the Church which is in every place;" and St.

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March 24 2020 By virtueonline Coronavirus: Doctors urge conversations about dying

Medics said the virus underlined the importance of these conversations.

New guidelines are being produced for palliative care for Covid-19 patients, the BBC understands.

Dr Iain Lawrie, president of The Association for Palliative Medicine of Great Britain and Ireland, told the BBC that palliative care teams around the country were working together to create the guidance.

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March 23 2020 By virtueonline CORONAVIRUS: A Pastor's Reflection

--Pull back the curtains and discover the sun is still coming up. So far, the Coronavirus has not been able to put it out! Also, notice the signs of spring, flowering trees and blooming bulbs

--If you are able, go outside and start preparing the ground for a garden. It may be too early to put in some plants or to sow seed, but at least you can get started.

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March 21 2020 By virtueonline FINDING STRENGTH IN A TIME OF PANDEMIC

So where is the solid rock on which to stand? What can keep us going without undue panic and immobilizing anxiety?

The most important answer is simple: Easter morning.

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March 20 2020 By virtueonline Fearless and Responsible in a World Crisis

The eruption of the Coronavirus has caused panic, created havoc, and disrupted lives. Each new revelation produces fearful reactions rather than measured responses. In the face of such an unanticipated event our vulnerabilities rapidly become unmasked. We face the unalterable reality of the fragile nature of our human condition.

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