Coronavirus 2

How this pandemic is unlike anything before

In this second episode in our series on coronavirus, we explore how Covid-19 is different to plagues in the past. Building on what we learned about how Christians in generations before us responded to similar crises, how should we be navigating these unprecedented times? What does it mean for followers of Jesus to be experiencing the very first pandemic of the information age? What trends are already emerging during the first few weeks of lockdown which we need to understand, or even challenge?

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