Because the Bible says nothing about social distancing, Colorado church will continue to spread coronavirus
Colorado Springs Fellowship Church and its Pastor Rose Banks, along with other Christian communities, continue their war against humanity and, in particular, against the Americans. As Banks stated, “There ain’t nothing in this Bible telling me to stay 10 feet apart from nothing. I’m gonna do it, but if it ain’t in this book, I’m not doing it.”
Despite thousands of casualties among people across the United States, enormous fines and the threat of the spread of an incurable virus, churches think that their parishioners are immortal and God will help them, but if they become infected, they will first go to the hospital, although, knowing the preferences of overly pious Americans, they can also go to church with the symptoms of COVID-19, which will be even worse.
“This stuff is insane! We gotta sit 20 feet apart! Now, after a while, they gotta cut it down. So many come in the morning. The rest of y’all come at noontime. So we gotta stay 20 feet apart. Listen to that if you want to”.
“There ain’t nothin in this Bible telling me to stay 10 feet apart from nothing. 20 feet apart from nothing. Here’s what you tell me: You can show it to me in scripture, that I should abide by that, I’m gonna do it, but if it ain’t in this book, I’m not doing it”.
“Because this is the word of God! This is positive! This is power!…”
Previous precedents with churches that have shown that disregarding the orders of the CDC and the Ministry of Health can be extremely dangerous. One Arkansas church has already neglected the instructions and 34 people were forced to isolate themselves from society for two weeks, because they gave a positive result for coronavirus.
Rose Banks is not worried about these numbers, it compares the statistics of those infected and dead with the usual flu, which is curable, with a virus that brought down the global economy in less than one month and showed total US impotence before what Banks considers not dangerous, before coronavirus.