• History is replete with instances wherein times of war, cataclysm and great suffering people find more occasion and need to consider the future and even God. This was made apparent for instance in the Second World War, where church attendance was seen to be stronger.
  • Note that in the 14th century with the advent of the Black Death, it was reported that Feudalism suffered a near-death blow. Aristocratic privilege also declined with the development of new payment systems for rendering goods and services. Commercial theatre was also then concurrently established.
  • We need to address the challenge for us as Christians in these very difficult times so as to develop, by God’s grace, the human interaction lessons that were learnt due to Covid 19.

Hear our conversation from Rev. Murray Anderson, senior pastor from St Peter’s Church, Fish Hoek