Fifty years ago, when I was a young adult, my recollection (and I hope I’m not looking through rose-tinted spectacles) is that our country was mostly courteous, tolerant and compassionate. And certainly my generation, as we grew up, was taught that it was our responsibility to look after those less fortunate than ourselves. How did that all change?
Since my last post, the government, some would say unsurprisingly, have delayed lifting restrictions for another month. What should we do? Continue to comply or start to resist? My purpose on this blog is not to encourage people to break the law, but many Christians may be tempted to wonder. ‘What does our Christian teaching say, which direction does it point us in?'