Many Suburban Places of Worship will Remain Closed Despite Lifting of Crowd Limits
This article details the response of Christian, Islam, and Jewish religious leaders in Indiana to the State government’s decision to lessen the restrictions on houses of worship. The article discusses how places of worship have utilized technology to shift from in-person to virtual worship. Governor Eric Holcomb’s decision to use places of worship as a “control group” in his reopening plan and the controversy that has accompanied that claim is also detailed in the article.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Tuohy, John, "Many Suburban Places of Worship will Remain Closed Despite Lifting of Crowd Limits" (2020). Pandemic Response and Religion in the USA: Law and Public Policy. 38.