Covid-19 vaccines and abortion
Christian Concern | April 2021
Should Christians accept vaccines which use fetal cell lines?
What does this really mean, that fetal cells have been used? Is it ethical? How should Christians respond?
Tim Dieppe chairs a debate between Dave Brennan and Professor John Wyatt (Emeritus Professor of Neonatal Paediatrics at University College London and President of the Christian Medical Fellowship).
Into the Pray | April 2021
The church and vaccine passports
Nick and Dave pause this week to discuss the general posture of the Church with regard to things like vaccine passports.
First and foremost, we are all people of God, sons and daughters of the Coming King, not abortion activists.
Into the Pray | Feb 2021
What if I've already been vaccinated?
Nick and Dave prayerfully navigate (as sensitively as possible) through this difficult situation, offering not just commentary on the big, media-pedalled narratives that are pressing the decision to be made, but speaking words of profound comfort, especially for those who feel conflicted having had the vaccine already.
Irreverend: Faith & Current Affairs | April 2021
Abortion and the Covid-19 vaccines
Rev. Jamie Franklin and Dave Brennan discuss the use of human embryonic tissue in the vaccines' development and testing.
What has the Church's response been to the use of this aborted foetal tissue? How should a Christian respond to these facts? And what can the current response tell us about the spiritual health of the Church and our nation?
Into the Pray | March 2021
Vaccines: do not be deceived
Should disciples of Jesus Christ be taking the Covid-19 vaccine?
Discussion of the recent debate between Dave Brennan and Prof. John Wyatt, Emeritus Professor of Neonatal Paediatrics at University College London and President of the Christian Medical Fellowship.