For Christians, Dying From COVID (Or Anything Else) Is A Good Thing, by Joy Pullmann

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It is time for Christians individually and corporately to repent for the way we and our institutions responded to the COVID-19 outbreak.

By Joy Pullmann, The Federalist, Oct. 18, 2021

Joy Pullmann is executive editor of The Federalist, a happy wife, and the mother of six children. …


Joy PullmannBlaming people for contracting a catchy virus has been one of many widely deployed COVID manipulation tactics. That has shifted into blaming people for dying of a catchy virus after they decided their risks from taking the vaccines outweighed their risks from catching the disease.

Shaming people for dying by accident is a bit twisted, but it might make sense if you believe life is over once a person stops breathing, and so cling to the illusion of human control over death to avoid the terror of acknowledging that’s impossible. It’s such pagan assumptions driving the ridiculous number of news articles with fear-porn titles like these: “Kansas City area official who died from COVID was unvaccinated, ‘felt he was immune’”; “Unvaccinated husband and wife die of COVID-19 leaving 5 children behind“; “Unvaccinated Father Inspired Other Family Members to Get Shot Before Dying From COVID“; “Bride Planning Funeral Instead of Wedding After Unvaccinated Groom Dies From COVID.” …