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The Faith Community and the SARS-CoV-2 Outbreak: Part of the Problem or Part of the Solution?

Jeff Levin
2020 Journal of religion and health  
Ministries and faith-based organizations are source of religious health assets that can help to meet community-wide needs.  ...  The outbreak presents an ethical challenge to all of us to step outside of our own preoccupations and to be present and of service for others.  ...  opportunity to evangelize frightened non-believers among the general population or those suffering with COVID-19, in order to win them to Christ (Roach 2020) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10943-020-01048-x pmid:32488827 pmcid:PMC7265665 fatcat:t5ide2vstnbyjigrbfejjmzhxe

Covid-19 And Religion: Response Believers About Online Service

Ezra Tari, Hengki Wijaya, Ivan Th. Weismann
2022 Al-Adyan  
Covid-19 provides lessons for society, especially believers. The real fellowship must be limited, and online worship held, making believers enter a new atmosphere.  ...  The church tries to communicate with the congregation using modern technology or go straight to the houses while still following the government's recommendations, namely social distancing and attention  ...  s response to the COVID-19 pandemic by partnering with public research to prepare and distribute data on COVID-19.  ... 
doi:10.24042/ajsla.v16i2.8945 doaj:29727c8d926c4717b24ea6b4be52f9e8 fatcat:2akl4tzm45c7hmkk5imhsmyyna

COVID-19 vaccine online misinformation in Fiji: Preliminary findings

Romitesh Kant, Rufino Varea, Jason Titifanue
2021 Pacific Journalism Review – Te Koakoa  
During the COVID-19 pandemic, antivaccination social media accounts are proliferating online, threatening to further escalate vaccine hesitancy.  ...  This article presents and examines preliminary research findings on COVID-19 vaccine related misinformation being circulated on Fijian Facebook Forums.  ...  like-minded communities to contrasting online information and content.  ... 
doi:10.24135/pjr.v27i1and2.1189 fatcat:p7fzr3ghijfpnoyjc4pmtj6duq

'Forced' Online Religion: Religious Minority and Majority Communities' Media Usage during the COVID-19 Lockdown

Lene Kühle, Tina Langholm Larsen
2021 Religions  
On 11 March 2020, the Danish Prime Minister announced a forthcoming lockdown of Danish society due to the COVID-19 pandemic and shut down all public institutions, including the national church.  ...  Campbell's 'religious-social shaping approach to technology' by examining how religious communities sought to establish continuity between their offline and online practices to maintain authority and community  ...  the church during the COVID-19 pandemic.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rel12070496 fatcat:iziu4jbnbrao3j2fyriddnslay

Online Live-Stream Broadcasting of the Holy Mass during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Poland as an Example of the Mediatisation of Religion: Empirical Studies in the Field of Mass Media Studies and Pastoral Theology

Barbara Przywara, Andrzej Adamski, Andrzej Kiciński, Marcin Szewczyk, Anna Jupowicz-Ginalska
2021 Religions  
The main aim of the paper is to discuss the scale and nature of the practice of transmitting Holy Mass by parishes of the Roman Catholic Church in Poland through online live-streaming in spring 2020.  ...  The methodology of the paper combines practical theology (its four stages: "see-judge-act-review"), scientific methods applicable to social studies (especially social communication and media studies and  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rel12040261 fatcat:eewizsdyovhd5kt3nzqbcvl6lu

(PREPRINT) Curtailed Worship, Conspiracy Theories, and Hollywood Dystopias: Reacting to the COVID-19 Pandemic among the Reformists Muslims and Pentecostal Christians in Nigeria

Anonymous
2021 Entangled Religions - Interdisciplinary Journal for the Study of Religious Contact and Transfer  
This extraordinary situation caused different reactions among Muslims and Christian religious leaders, with some accepting COVID-19 and the restrictions and others rejecting them.  ...  As we show, despite many differences and even the hostility between Muslims and Christians in Nigeria, Muslim and Christian leaders formulated similar responses to COVID-19.  ...  , the Living Faith Church, the Redeem Christian Church of God, etc.  ... 
doaj:6431f30f93844b38a179a2742d152017 fatcat:sfixz6qq7featmd5hikdi2q6ma

The Role of Apostolic Faith Mission in Zimbabwe in the Fight Against Coronavirus

Never Pavari
2020 Journal of Public Administration and Governance  
This paper seeks to assess the role that is being played by the leadership in Apostolic Faith Mission in Zimbabwe (AFMZ) in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  ...  The paper argues that the church and its leadership play an important role in providing moral guidance to tackle COVID-19 and also to dispel fear that stalks communities alongside the disease.  ...  The research findings, thus, indicated that due financial constraints, the leadership of AFMZ failed to reach out to more people in quarantine with prayers or foodstuffs and personal protective equipment  ... 
doi:10.5296/jpag.v10i3.17690 fatcat:qsrpfgb4sjc6tppfsu4klvfeae

Striking Balance between Two Extremes: COVID-19 Pentecostal Annotations and Government's Response-Actions in Nigeria

Taiwo Oladeji Adefisoye, Isaac Adegbenga ALADEGBOLA
2022 Interdisciplinary Journal of Sociality Studies  
The outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and subsequent government's response-actions generated fascinating reactions and interpretations from different quarters in Nigeria.  ...  This article examines the thrusts, strengths and limitations of these perspectives in the light of scientific explanations of the global outbreak of COVID-19 and government's response-actions in Nigeria  ...  Of concern to this paper are the standpoint and annotations on COVID-19 and the response of government by prominent leaders of the Pentecostal Christian faith.  ... 
doi:10.38140/ijss-2022.vol2.03 fatcat:sphlmecu5reevpzhamnfq2mk2y

The Impact of COVID-19 on Church Gatherings in the Philippines: A Policy Analysis

Grace Zurielle Malolos, Joseph Christian Obnial, Rena Mallillin, Pamela Bianca Pasco, Erika Ong, Arianne Andes, Faith Ann Apat, Emma Teresa Carmela Aportadera, Rafael Valencia, Don Eliseo III Lucero-Prisno
2021 Christian Journal for Global Health  
religious practices amid efforts to mitigate COVID-19 community transmission.  ...  With church gatherings playing a vital role in the nature of Christianity in the Filipino culture, the advent of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the Philippines posed challenges to public  ...  to enact sweeping measures to curtail the spread of COVID-19.  ... 
doi:10.15566/cjgh.v8i1.505 fatcat:6jxzz3kfanh4pav4jgl35q6w2e

Christian response amid economic suffering due to the Covid-19 pandemic

Sari Saptorini
2021 Kurios  
Christians need to with the government in dealing with this economic suffering until the COVID-19 pandemic ends.  ...  The purpose of this article is to find out how Christians should respond amid the economic suffering caused by the Covid-19 Pandemic.  ...  The church also can give training programs to equip people to face the improvement of technology. The church can use technology to deliver God's Word online to strengthen the faith.  ... 
doi:10.30995/kur.v7i1.253 fatcat:vjgwphl4urectp7wjv6kyfpkeq

Exploring Christian therapists' experience of the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on their faith and spirituality: An interpretative phenomenological analysis

Sookyung Yang
2021 Waverley Abbey College Journal  
Aim: The present study carried out a qualitative exploration of the impact of COVID-19 on Christian therapists' faith and spirituality.  ...  Taken together, it can be observed that the pandemic led to a multifaceted reaction that tested the depth of the participants' Christian faith and spirituality.  ...  Exploring Christian therapists' experience of the Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on their faith and spirituality: an interpretative phenomenological analysis Sookyung Yang Lucy reported that her church  ... 
doi:10.52456/wacjo122 fatcat:pborwjlsrjcenbxmhsracgq6zu

The Innovative Role of the Islamic World to Counter the Phenomenon of Western "Islamophobia" during the Post-Corona Era

2021 Elementary Education Online  
Moreover, this study vastly explains the impact of pandemic-COVID 19 on spreading of Islam and Muslim hatred among the west people.  ...  This article focuses on the examination of prejudice against Islam and Muslim community immigrants in the Western world.  ...  of COVID-19 in the Western world.  ... 
doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.03.32 fatcat:5tzmelnlerbrpfzulfxmi2x3xu

Health Issues in the Guidelines of Christian Churches in the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Traditions and Innovations

Оlgа Nedavnya
2021 Roczniki Kulturoznawcze  
The article examines the guidelines of Christian Churches on human health problems in the situation of the COVID-19 pandemic.  ...  The documents and practical actions of these Churches, as well as reasoning of their representatives related to this topic are analyzed, in particular: organizing of church life in the conditions of COVID  ...  Priests have learned to communicate in a new way with the faithful. We have all learned to work and communicate online. To listen, understand, help and organize events online.  ... 
doi:10.18290/rkult21122-7 fatcat:2ml474arvzfyrafdy7zcvkqqca

Responses of Christian Churches in Ukraine and other Eastern European Countries to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Olga Nedavnya
2022 Occasional papers on religion in Eastern Europe  
The article examines the reaction of Christian Churches to the challenge of the Covid-19 pandemic.  ...  What the reactions of most Christian Churches have found to be more or less common is the transfer of worship practices online and the strengthening of social work to help a variety of people suffering  ...  Various Christian churches, despite their centuries-long experience in responding to epidemics, have shown mixed reactions to all the vicissitudes of the Covid pandemic and its current consequences: from  ... 
doi:10.55221/2693-2148.2344 fatcat:b3qjc3annzhj3fyeqcev3yridi

Public Trust Lost and a Sign of Retroflexion: The Socio-Political Ecology of the Korean Church during the COVID-19 Pandemic1

David W Kim
2021 Journal of Church and State  
Kookmin Ilbo, a national Christian newspaper, once reported that "COVID-19 brought the church into the world of a superconnectivity through online media." 59 If this is the case for all churches in Korea  ...  So, Future of the Post-COVID-19 Korean Church, 221-46; "Will the Korean Church Recover after the COVID-19?  ... 
doi:10.1093/jcs/csab006 fatcat:7fol3spp3bbb3hahcwkidvvome
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