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Not believing in God ‘as dangerous’ as Covid-19 denialism says Head of Russian Church, asking followers to belief the consultants

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Coronavirus isn’t the one pandemic sweeping by means of society, the Russian Orthodox Church’s prime cleric has stated. According to Patriarch Kirill, disbelief is public well being enemy primary, forward of purely organic threats.

In a sermon to mark the beginning of Christmas in Russia on Wednesday, the bishop advised worshippers that “there are people who do not believe in anything at all – not in disease or in danger, and neglect medical advice.”“But we believers know that these stupid people exist. There are also many people who do not believe in God… which is very dangerous, even deadly,” he added. “Just as it is dangerous today if people don’t believe in the spread of infection and [refuse to] take steps to protect themselves.”

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Kirill ended the sermon by asking churchgoers to think about medical consultants as nicely, and to observe public well being steerage aimed toward stopping the unfold of the virus. Russia’s most senior bishop was himself compelled to isolate in October after coming into contact with somebody who later examined constructive for Covid-19. However, not all Orthodox leaders have been as cautious in regards to the pandemic, with Metropolitan Evgeny, who heads the Ekaterinburg diocese in Russia’s Ural area telling native media that “if we get sick, if someone dies with faith in Christ, they won’t be afraid, because we will all die.” Another clergyman, a former Orthodox priest often called Father Sergius, championed an much more confrontational approach to restrictions put in place to regulate the unfold of the virus. He turned down requests from authorities to close the church buildings in his parish, arguing “whoever encroaches on the closure of temples – damn it and his whole family.” Known for his controversial views, the monk was excommunicated from the Church final yr. He has since been arrested and his monastery raided on suspicions of inciting kids to commit suicide after a fiery sermon on patriotism. 

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