The NFL has released a series of new rules for it's players to follow during the coronavirus pandemic, which is designed to help protect the players from attaining the virus from off the field activities. One such notable restriction is the one rule about how players are not allowed to attend churches that are over 25 percent capacity. Needless to say, this has angered a lot of people, with some stating that the NFL has gone satanic, and have declared war against god and Christianity itself.
Personally, I don't see this as a big deal considering people can attend services online these days. Heck, as I've said in previous forums, I have members of my own family that do church services online. Therefore, I don't see this as a big deal. Plus, it's not like the NFL has said to players that they can't attend churches at all. No, they're just telling players not to attend ones that are over 25 percent capacity; basically saying not to attend churches that are over crowded with a lot of people, which makes sense given the pandemic.
However, it seems many people don't see it that way, so I ask all of you. Is the NFL going to war with the church? Or do you think this all much ado about nothing, and the people that are complaining about this need to look at the bigger picture? Please discuss. Also here's the CBS article link showing more details about the player restrictions.
https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/nfl- … er-report/
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