Nomadland (Wikipedia: book, film) focuses on elderly Americans, crisscrossing the country in search of work.

It can be seen as a kind of preamble for the Great Aging that is already upon us. The visible first wave1 of the destitution the intensely lawless apostasy of the Western Church has earned for our civilization.

And a snapshot of the Good Old Days, when Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, and (perhaps) currency stability could be relied on.

Things are going to get harder than 2008. Or even 2021.


The Christian Church should start looking for ways to give assistance to the poor and elderly, mobile and not. First priority to church members, yes, but God’s Grace is not limited to those within the church.

His compassion must flow from the headspring, to cover the world.

Just as surely as His Law must.

1The invisible first wave — the missing work, thoughts, discoveries, and support from all those aborted children from, say, 1973 to 1993 (debatably, from 1973 to 2013) — has been around for a while now.

It will only get stronger and strong, until the murders – cheerfully ignored by most Christians – stop.

And even after the evil end, it will take decades or generations for the power of Dead Futures, the Great Nihilistic Silence, to finally be broken.

I wonder how long it will take, before Christians take Frédéric Bastiat’s “That which is seen, that which is not seen” seriously.

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