• Covid Lunacy

  • The Church and Covid + Are Covid Passports the Mark of the Beast?
  • By: James G Whitelaw
  • Narrated by: David Kresser
  • Length: 1 hr and 11 mins
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Publisher's Summary

We bring together these two books on Covid to look at it in a realistic way. Does it make sense to shut down the entire world for Covid? We don't think so!

In the first book, we will attempt to answer some earnest questions which have arisen over the past year and a half during the Coronavirus "Pandemic".

I have very strong reservations about this "pandemic" and the course of actions that governments are following due to the situation. Still, I will try to leave the dispute on this to others far more qualified than me to discuss such matters and concentrate on the question of the Church's response to the events of the past 18 months (2020-2021). Of course, this will be difficult for me, as I have passionate feelings on the subject.

We will examine what the events are which affect the Church and what the Church's position is. Finally, we will explore what authority the State has over the Church in these matters, both from a secular and spiritual standpoint.

We will then examine what the Church's response should have been and, indeed, still should be concerning these events. Finally, we will conclude that not only have our Churches failed us, but Her Majesty, the Queen, has also failed us in her capacity as leader of the Church of England, as well as in her oath to protect her subjects.

All Churches, almost without exception, have failed their congregation, have failed their communities and have left the lost with nowhere to turn to at a time of great trouble.

In the second book we will ask if something more sinister is going on.

Many governments are starting to talk about the introduction of Covid-19 passports. Some society members are very concerned about this, seeing the possibility of abuse of the data collected. Critics pointed to how YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter have de-platformed users who do not comply with their mindest. These mega tech companies have destroyed some businesses that they deem inappropriate. This has been very much pronounced in right-leaning news stations that have not agreed with the mainstream media.

In this book, we examine what Covid-19 passports could mean for you and ask the simple question, "Are Covid-19 passports the mark of the beast?"

We will look at what the "Mark of the beast" is, what it would look like, how it might operate, what benefits it has, what drawbacks it has, and the consequences of not going along with this scheme.
It is not a very comfortable subject to read about, but necessary to know what is coming down the line at some point in the future. It may not be Covid-19 passports, and perhaps I am over pessimistic, but even if it does not happen this time, it will happen at some point and better to be prepared.

If governments press ahead with Covid-19 passports and those who do not have them become second rate citizens, how would it affect you? What would it mean to you? Listen to find out.

Jim Whitelaw is a committed Christian, who is familiar with what is predicted in the end times. He sees what is coming down the line and how it ties in with the word of God. This is a subject that is very much in the news and very controversial. You must listen to what he says.

©2021 James George Whitelaw (P)2021 James George Whitelaw

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Understanding the World with Christian Filter

This book reminds us to stay grounded and trust in God as we filter what we experience from a spiritual foundation. This book is a great listen during our confusing times.

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I was very amused and enlightened by this audiobook. I share the same general views as the author with regards to COVID. Much which I will not put into this review. But this was just a refreshing take with added bonus of how the church influences this or their stance on it.

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  • lori
  • 09-05-21

Excellent and thought provoking!

The author discusses what our churches should be doing during this pandemic, how churches have seemed reluctant to reach out to the people and have somewhat restricted people from attending, reinforcing the idea that church is not an essential service. The author emphasizes that churches should be declaring a distance between the state and the church. "...sadly, the Christian church is now a shadow of its former self and in as much a disarray of its government". "When the church no longer shines a light, then the nation has no moral compass and no idea of direction; the country will then wander in darkness, floundering until it fails unless God intervenes." In the past, churches would speak out against legislation. The church has been silent on some draconian legislation and restrictions on seeing our family, restrictions on gathering together and restrictions on children obtaining an education. The author discusses how we should examine and question our church and ask if they remained relevant to the community around them. Have they maintained an open door to those that need help? The author has very valid points and does a great job of backing up his arguments with research and facts.

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  • Ryan Doherty
  • 09-02-21

Quite simply a must read for everyone!

One of the most important and timely religious themed books to come out in decades and fair play to the author for espousing some extremely controversial but honest and common sense views. In the age of social media, identity politics and cancel culture it's a sad state of affair that governments now cede power to corporations and corporations cede power to the baying mob. It is in this state of affairs that sensible fact based points of view are discarded and censored in favour of feelings and "lived experience" as if there was another kind. The sinister undercurrents of Marxism that incidentally was responsible for many more deaths than Nazism is extremely worrying. How this all ties in with religion and the church is deftly and expertly described within and though I'm not completely convinced by biblical predictions I will state, things are not as they seem and despite unbelievable advances in tech, we seem to be heading via the internet to the on-line dark ages. Covid Lunacy is an excellent take on the idiotic decisions being made by government, corporations and maybe the church as well and asks all the right questions of those we pay to represent us!

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  • steven christie
  • 08-26-21

intriguing

intriguing book, as a keen churchgoer myself , i was interested to see what the church stance on this was, its been way to long now this covid stuff, talk of covid passports. Well written bundle. we just want our lives back!

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  • Nathan
  • 08-23-21

Interesting audiobook

Very relevant book these times when it seems that entire world was shut down for Covid. Author did a great job by putting all his findings to this book. It was interesting to find out Church's position about Covid and how Covid passports can effect you because I didn't hear about that before.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 08-23-21

Interesting!

Very interesting perspectives on covid in its relation to faith. Definitely gives food for thought. Would recommend :)