Would an “essential service economy” be closer to a true Christian economy?
Many of the immoral industries are in the luxury and entertainment sector: Luxury cruises, Hollywood, professional sports, fine dining. All of those were hit the hardest.
That’s closer to the way things were in the Middle Ages when most people were religious. Maybe God is hitting a giant reset button for us
Churches have just changed to on-line streaming so they really haven’t been affected
- ArcherLv 72 months ago
Like many Theist's you would love to see mankind regress into ignorance and servitude.
- Anonymous2 months ago
So you think a restaurant or a nail salon or a barber shop are immoral. Wow, you really are sadly delusional, aren't you.
Life should be work (at an essential business only) then go home and stare at the wall. Can't have a radio, computer, cellphone, or TV since they are all non-essential. Can't play games with the kids, can't go bike riding or hiking in the woods. Can't do anything fun since fun is immoral.
- 2 months ago
You think this should continue? People need to learn their life lessons, not have those lessons terminated.
- God of ThunderLv 72 months ago
Most people in the Middle Ages weren't particularly religious, but baptism and church membership were compulsory.
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- CaesarLv 72 months ago
That’s closer to the way things were in the Middle Ages so you never hear about the Black Death was a devastating global epidemic of bubonic plague that struck Europe and Asia in the mid-1300s that kill 60% of Eurasia's population... or that was another reset bottom... for a perfect GOD that know "all" more resets that a average "Good "game player look strange