Real life isn’t virtual

Thank you, Sarah Kehrberg, for your provocative reminder that “The Bride of Christ exists in flesh and blood” (Nov. 25). “Virtual” has become one of my least favorite words — as in we met “virtually” or planned a “virtual” meeting for next Thursday. The pandemic led to many needed adjustments and innovations, but continuing to attend our church services “virtually” can lead easily, it seems, to existing only in cyberspace without actual human contact and interactions. Living life fully is not a virtual activity.

Paul W. Nisly, Grantham, Pa.

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