Webinar: Christianity and plagues – lessons from history

Encouragement and inspiration from how the early church dealt with their own pandemics

I recently led a webinar for the International Christian Medical and Dental Association on what lessons Christians in healthcare could learn by examining how our predecessors lived through times of pandemic in the past. You can watch it below. I have also uploaded an article touching on the same theme and an episode of my podcast Matters of Life and Death fleshes out some of these ideas as well.

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