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'A Dose of Optimism' for the Pandemic: The Daily Key to Empowering Hope

'A Dose of Optimism' for the Pandemic: The Daily Key to Empowering Hope

Donald McNeil is the New York Times science and health reporter focusing on plagues. McNeil has reported that “non-pharmaceutical interventions” such as mask-wearing and social distancing have “made a huge difference in lives saved.” Now he focuses on pharmaceutical interventions such as vaccines and monoclonal antibodies. On this front, he has become “cautiously optimistic,” citing experts who “are saying, with genuine confidence, that the pandemic in the United States will be over far sooner than they expected, possibly by the middle of next year.”

The Non-Essential Church? - Worldview Lessons from the Coronavirus Pt. 5

The Non-Essential Church? - Worldview Lessons from the Coronavirus Pt. 5

Though President Trump recently declared a “National Day of Prayer for All Americans Affected by the Coronavirus,” it’s clear that, as a people, we don’t take seriously God’s place in this world anymore, beyond being a source of personal encouragement and maybe inspiration. We are no longer the kind of people who really turn to God in times of trouble.

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