Plagues throughout history have tested the faithful and COVID-19 is no different.
A local author on faith & morals offers his guidepost for judging leaders during difficult times . . .
"All of this is a reminder to listen to our elected leaders and other powerful people in our culture with our moral hearing aids plugged in. What are they saying or doing that contradicts good ethical and moral values? Are they working for the common good or merely for their own? Are there other voices calling out what's going wrong and, if so, how can I support them or add my voice to them?"
A counterpoint from the right-wing that also deserves consideration . . .
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World religions always have something to say about what constitutes good ethics and, related to that, about what moral authority looks like. In both areas, one of the requirements is that people respect the essential humanity of others. Beyond that,...