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Thinking as a Christian during Covid-19

Our third episode on coronavirus zooms in to focus on how Christians should be thinking and acting during the pandemic. We ask how we might square this global crisis with our belief in a sovereign and loving God and if we should look for anything good to come out of it. And what shape will our faith be in when all this finally comes to an end and something like normal life resumes? 

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  1. Richard Emmens

    Totally grateful for this podcast – thank you – listening several weeks after it was recorded it still seems as relevant as it was in early May, if not more so, as we look ahead to a long haul…

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