A Biblical Frame: Current Events in Perspective
A Biblical Frame: Current Events in Perspective
The Covid Apocalypse | Part 2

The Covid Apocalypse | Part 2

What has the Covid-19 Pandemic Revealed in the Church?

Our second episode, part 2 of our conversation with Dr. Aaron Kheriaty continues today.

What have the churches learned from the pandemic?  What should they learn? As the covid narrative crumbles and examination of what went wrong begins, it is vital that we wrestle with such questions and that we prepare for whatever should be expected next.  We sat down with Aaron Kheriaty, author of The New Abnormal, and Douglas Farrow to discuss these things.  

Psalm 139 - Re-Written for the Present Day

By Ivan De Silva

O State of the New World Order, you have hacked me

    and know everything about me

By your all-encompassing surveillance, you know when I sit down or stand up.

    by your implanted nanoparticles you know my thoughts even when I’m far away.

By tracking my every central bank digital currency purchase you see me when I travel

    and when I rest at home.

    You know everything I do.

Hear the rest in the podcast


Ivan De Silva, MDiv, ThM, Instructor in Religious Studies, Trinity Western University, Pacific Life Bible College

Jens Zimmermann, PhD, JI Packer Chair of Theology, Regent College

Douglas Farrow, Professor of Theology and Ethics, McGill University

Aaron Kheriaty, MD, Fellow and Director of the Bioethics and American Democracy Program at the Ethics and Public Policy Center. Senior Fellow and Director of the Health and Human Flourishing Program at the Zephyr Institute. Scholar at the Paul Ramsey Institute.


Curtis Meliefste, MDiv Student, Calvin Theological Seminary

A Biblical Frame: Current Events in Perspective
A Biblical Frame: Current Events in Perspective
Welcome to A Biblical Frame. This is a spontaneous project that arose from a group of pastors and theologians who recognized the great need for theological direction for Christ’s church in Canada.
Canada has faced totalitarian restrictions in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. While there may have been a time to acquiesce to the provincial health officers, that time is coming to an end and the church needs help.