Coronavirus conspiracy theories: Christians need faith and reason

By JubileeCentre 12 May 2020

This week the Jubilee Centre team unpacks Uscinski and Enders’s article ‘The Coronavirus Conspiracy Boom.’ It’s a conversation that explores conspiracy thinking – not just as something ‘other people’ do - but as an instinct in all of us. As ever, we ask how can think biblically about this issue? And what does it mean for Christians to be people of both faith and reason?

Joseph E. Uscinski and Adam M. Enders’s article: https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2020/04/what-can-coronavirus-tell-us-about-conspiracy-theories/610894/

Further resources:

 https://www.christianitytoday.com/edstetzer/2020/april/christians-and-corona-conspiracies.html

https://theconversation.com/uk/topics/expert-guide-to-conspiracy-theories-83678

Recorded on Tuesday 12th May 2020 as part of our podcasts during lockdown series.

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