Coronavirus brings us face to face with our limitations: uncertainty, weakness, and death. This is a deeply painful place to be, but it can be hopeful as well.
When emotions run high, it is important to untangle what is actually happening when we use words or phrases with whose meaning we think we are familiar.
The pandemic and the resulting lockdowns and travel restrictions have compelled us all to change our behaviour, and quickly.
We are at the outer limits of our current wisdom. As the church, we must dig deeper.
How are we to produce good narratives which speak into the wider world and which are both scientifically and theologically well-informed?
ECLAS has launched a new seven-part blog series on theological and scientific narrative approaches to coronavirus, titled ‘Making Sense of Coronavirus with Reason and Faith’.