Newsletters / ULC Newsletter - April, 2020

This morning, we here at The Visionary woke up, realized this is not a joke, and got to work. In our surreal new world, it can be tough to tell what's real and what's fake, what matters and what doesn't, what helps and what hurts. We don't pretend to have all the answers, but we won't stop asking questions.

Suck On This

A South Korean church sprayed saltwater in their congregants' mouths in an effort to prevent coronavirus. But their "cure" infected dozens.
Worth a Shot?

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Put Them Back!?!

Put Them Back!?!

Archaeologists unearthed lead tablets from an ancient well in Athens that featured curses calling upon the Old Gods to bring mortal harm to the writer's rivals. Uh-oh.
Did They Open Pandora's Box?

Clergy Cassock

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In Through the Front Door, Out Through the Pearly Gates

The CDC is officially recommending we limit all public gatherings to fewer than 10 people. But churches across the country are tearing up the rules and inviting dozens or hundreds to Sunday church as if it were business as usual. The brazen move puts lives at risk, and some have already been infected.
Can We Not?

Death With Indignity

A Texas politician said that older Americans are willing to die so the market can survive. Critics say asking elders to risk death for an S&P rally isn't exactly pro-life.
Would You Die for the DOW?

Missionary Impossible

Christian missionaries are hellbent on visiting indigenous tribes in the remote Amazon rainforest, despite the risk of transmitting coronavirus to vulnerable tribe members.
Should They Go?

Make a Donation

These are unprecedented times, and the Universal Life Church Ministries is not immune from the financial pressures of the current shutdown. Donations allow us to continue working every day to empower our global network of members and fight for their rights. We’ve taken direct legal action in places like North Carolina, Nevada, and Tennessee, and remain on the frontlines in the ongoing battle to protect marriage equality from those who would seek to restrict it. If you are able, we would greatly appreciate your support!
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Our friends on Facebook reacted to an eye-raising clip of televangelist Kenneth Copeland telling his followers that even if they've been laid off during the coronavirus shutdown, they "better not stop tithing." Critics say Copeland should knock it off.
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