Rapp Report episode 176
Are Christians to blame for the low vaccination rates? Are Christians spreading false information about the Covid vaccine? Is there a direct relationship between Christianity and vaccination to support these claims?
Andrew and Bud apply critical thinking and logic to the arguments made but the media and professing Christians like Russell More, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, and Ed Stetzer, dean and professor at Wheaton College. A recent study found that Christians have some of the lowest vaccination rates in the country. The Bible is clear that Christians are to use their lives to serve and share the gospel with others. So, we ask you this: should a Christian be complicit in spreading false information about vaccines?
It is hard to say if Christians are more against vaccinations than other groups, but one thing is for sure: when it comes to health and safety, we should always be asking questions about the Covid vaccination. There is a lot of misinformation out there about vaccinations, and unfortunately, some of these ideas are being perpetuated by the church. This podcast will debunk some common myths about vaccinations so that you can make an informed decision. In the vaccine debate, there are two sides: those who support vaccines and those who do not. But in this podcast explores a third side to the story that many people overlook- Christians! If you are wondering what a Christian perspective is on vaccines, listen to this podcast!
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