Below is an excerpt from an article I wrote for Facts and Trends on religious liberty in light of Covid-19.
The COVID-19 outbreak has upended nearly all aspects of American life. And for Christians, one of the most pronounced ways that change is being felt is in our rhythms of worship.
In a matter of weeks, or days in some cases, churches have had to find alternative ways to deliver the Word, to receive offerings, and to remain connected as church bodies.
And as we are finding our way through this unprecedented time, there has been no shortage of digital ink spilled intended to assist pastors and churches in navigating this crisis.
Below are some common questions asked about church and state during COVID-19. The answers to these questions I’ve compiled in a round-up of many important pieces published recently intended to help Christians and church leaders think about these issues.
Read the rest here.