I get it. I really do. I want to go on a cruise. I want to plan a vacation. I want to attend a corporate worship service. More importantly though, I do not want to hurt anyone at that service. I wouldn't want anyone to fall sick. I wouldn't want anyone to need to be admitted into the hospital because of a worship service. I wouldn't want to then see my brother or sister have to be intubated. Lastly, as touching as the paper was today, I would not want to then see their lives summarized by two sentences on the cover of the New York Times. All because I thought my perceived sense of freedom meant more than their right to be alive. I used to believe that those who believe in this indifferent freedom cannot see that the flag they vociferously wrap themselves up in is bathed in the blood of 100,000 of their fellow Americans. After speaking to them however I have come to realize that they can see their blood-soaked flag. They simply do not care.
Many are Christians. Many are led by selfish hirelings disguised as pastors. Bowing down to the last idol of the church age.
Reverend Anthony Wade -- May 24, 2020