In this article, I mean to defend my position that church and civil governments are distinct, to the implication that forbidding local church assemblies during a pandemic falls outside the jurisdiction of civil government.
In which I give road signs for how exactly I’m going to leave this topic.
There are reasons to not meet during the COVID-19 pandemic, but there are no home-run reasons not to meet.
COVID-19 is a small price to pay for maintaining religious freedom.
The Lord’s Supper is a special meal reserved for Christ’s local church.