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Pastor Evan's links at your leisure (April 20, 2020)

Another sampling of interesting reading for your pleasure.

Kevin Yuill and Theo Boer observe what Covid-19 has revealed about euthanasia Despite the dysfunctional Hollywood scene, Michael Koresky sees hope for the future of film Victor Davis Hanson describes two types of wisdom in our society, but only one gives hope for a bright future Sohrab Ahmari writes on the history of a delusion: They Blinded Us With Science Amazing stuff happens when you seal a jar of pond water and leave it by the window, says YouTuber Atomic Shrimp The Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine at Oxford University assesses the infection fatality rate of COVID-19 and it’s much lower than many at first thought

(Disclaimer: The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed by the authors in the links provided here belong solely to them and do not necessarily represent Calgary Chinese Baptist Church. These links are provided for your interest and as a means for stimulating discussion within this church.)

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