Yes. Making sure Big Pharma makes billions is the moral thing to do. Never mind that the Omicron variant is unfazed by the old vaccinations. Never mind that Covid, even experts are saying now, will always be with us.

It is good, however, to see the Archbishop of Canterbury speaking out about moral issues. I guess issues like abortion and gender confusion don’t rise to the level of importance it takes for him to speak out clearly about.

This from Liberty Journal:

The Archbishop of Canterbury has implied that Jesus would get vaccinated against Covid.

Justin Welby suggested that people who refuse to get jabbed are ‘immoral’ as he told people to ‘love one another, as Jesus said’.

Asked by ITV News if being vaccinated is a ‘moral issue’, the archbishop said: ‘I’m going to step out on thin ice here and say yes, I think it is.

‘A lot of people won’t like that, but I think it is because it’s not about me and my rights.

‘Now obviously there are some people who, for health reasons, can’t be vaccinated – different question – but it’s not about me and my rights to choose. It’s about how I love my neighbour.

‘Vaccination reduces my chances – doesn’t eliminate – but it reduces my chances of getting ill and reducing my chances of getting ill reduces my chances of infecting others. It’s very simple.

‘So I would say yes, to love one another – as Jesus said – get vaccinated, get boosted.’

On whether it would be immoral not to get the jab if you can, Mr Welby added: ‘I understand why people don’t.

‘But I would say, go and get boosted, get vaccinated. It’s how we love our neighbour. Loving our neighbour is what Jesus told us to do. It’s Christmas: do what he said.’

Is it loving your neighbor when everyone knows there are side effects to the vaccination. Should some be sacrificed for the greater good? Should that be mandated? That sounds like utilitarianism rather than Christianity.