On this week’s podcast episode, Ronald E. Osborn, Associate Professor of Ethics and Philosophy at La Sierra University, and host Alexander Carpenter discuss Albert Camus’ 1947 novel The Plague.
In the midst of our health-centric focus, I think the economic crisis will be less recognized, until it hits with full-force. So, for Adventists who care about the stability of their church, I hope you can take a few moments to think about what the coming recession/depression could do to Adventism.
All of the most helpful advice I’ve read during this pandemic has had one thing in common: rather than adding to my growing to-do list, wise writers have graciously given me permission to let certain things go.
Being in a physical group is not a display of Christianity. If we love our neighbors, we want what’s best for them. We put their welfare above our selfish desire to be “seen.” That’s love. That’s Christianity.