On the 2/27/12 edition of Generations Radio, Kevin Swanson advocated the abolition of Social Security.
And what is to be done with the elderly that, for whatever reason, didn’t have the opportunity to procreate?
Many such as Swanson would likely suggest that such individuals become wards of the church.
But is it such a wise idea to give churches that degree of authority over the life of an individual where whether or not you receive care is dependent upon ascent to a particular congregation’s doctrinal peculiarities?
For example, will the pastor hold final sway as to whether or not you will be permitted to take a particular class of medication?