Fear or Faith: Covid 19 and Idolatry

Brian Shilavy writes the following:

“The heart of idolatry is looking to sources outside of God for our basic needs and desires in life. The idol is an attempt to explain life apart from God, our Creator.

“Modern-day culture has changed dramatically since the theory of Darwinian evolution came on the scene and dominated academics in western culture, so that today the physical world is exalted above all other realities. The spiritual world is either denied or ignored. Hence, creation of physical idols out of basic elements such as wood or metals is very uncommon, because current culture ignores the unseen world that could be represented by such physical manifestations.

“What has replaced those idols, however, are beliefs in new ones. The most common idol in western culture today, by far, is medicine – the new “magic.”

His post has much to recommend it. I hope that you will take the time to read and think about it. Maybe print it out and read it a little at a time. You don’t have to agree with all of it to let it be a means to strengthen your faith.

Topics included:

  • The Business of Church
  • No Pastors in Scripture but One
  • The Biblical Basis for Resistance
  • Idolatry of 21st Century Medicine
  • Who Are Doctors?
  • The One True Doctor and His Authority to Heal
  • Jesus’ Conflict with the Health Authorities
  • FEAR, The Tool of the Enemy or FAITH, The Power of God?

Read Brian Shilavy’s post here:
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Alec Satin
Alec Satin

Your editor is a Bible-believing Christian with no illusions about our darkening age. Keep reading your KJV. If you don’t have one, get a printed copy with good type and read it every day. May God bless you, keep you, and protect you.