- Jul 22, 2019
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That's hardly in evidence. It was argued before the courts and accepted that these churches did not have spreads.Stores have been limited in how man people can attend. Stores have not been super spreaders unlike churches.You can have food delivered to you.HNJo one is abridging our Constitution. Churches can have virtual masses. There is no regulation on that. Churches are not above the state. You have to be able to buy food somewhere.But using the Caesar thing in the way you are using it here can also mean you abide by the top law of the land, the Constitution.You clearly have no clue what you are talking about. You are a piece of shit that thinks that anyone who disagrees with you is godless. Protecting people's lives is more important. Jesus said to give to Caesar what is Caesar's and to God what is God's. You honor God by living your life by God's word. Going to church does not show any commitment to God.
As I noted, our church shut down voluntarily. There is no law or rule where I live shutting churches down. I have long had a problem with the idea of shutting a church down while allowing a business to stay open.
When we first did all of this I had a problem with not allowing a farmers market but allowing Wal Mart to stay open.
Out numbers are growing daily, it's not because of people going to church.