Anti-Maskers

Feucht, Locke and the like are a sideshow — quit letting them distract you

"Locke and Feucht are sideshows in the midst of a global pandemic and a time of Christian service and mission. Hungry for media attention and skilled at getting the headlines, both have given many non-Christians another reason to reject Christianity." - Ed Stetzer

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Meet the Conservative Evangelicals Practicing ‘Strategic Hibernation’ in the American Northwest

"In September 2020, about 150 Christians gathered to stage an informal Psalm Sing in the parking lot of Moscow, Idaho’s city hall. They were there to protest the local mask mandate. ... One of the event’s organizers was Douglas Wilson, pastor of Christ Church in Moscow" - C.Today

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Why I believe the Apostle Paul would choose to wear a mask

"It would be difficult to argue that Paul was a patsy. He was nobody’s fool... Paul was thoughtfully and carefully engaged in culture and seemed to know exactly how to handle himself regardless of the circumstances. In his own words: 'I have become all things to all people, so that I may by all means save some.

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Why conservative critics are wrong to oppose local face mask mandates

"While the federal government does not have the constitutional authority to issue a nationwide mask mandate, state and local governments do have a broad 'police power' that legally allows them to pass such regulations to protect public health and safety. The political question remains whether this is the best policy. Libertarian and conservative critics who say no and cite 'freedom' miss the mark." - W. Examiner

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“the current debate over masks is ... currently the most obvious reflection of our idolization of liberty.”

"Community post-Enlightenment serves me now, not the other way around. The all important 'I.' In a word, our much beloved individualism. Some of you probably have calendars, t-shirts, and coffee mugs touting individualism’s tenets that tell you that you have the right to be happy, achieve your dreams, define yourself however you want, and live your best life now, among other distillations of secularism’s priority of the individual." - John Ellis

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