A portrait of my father in law, my favourite shot I've taken to date!
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My Father in Law is now in the hospital with COVID-19 after giving blessings to the sick in the hospital - which church leaders asked him to do.

My father in law is 70, and has diabetes.

Yet after other people refused to give blessing to sick members in the hospital, they called my father in law. You see, he's the kind of believer that a request from church leaders is the equivalent to a commandment straight from god. Even if he thought it was a bad idea he still would have done it. And they knew it.

And now fast forward over a week and he has been admitted for COVID-19 complications himself.

He is retired and was otherwise quarantined at home so the chance that he contracted it at the hospital is very high.

I can't believe the irresponsibility of church leadership for asking him to do it let alone allow him to do it. Actually, of course I can believe it, but it makes me incredibly upset.

If the church hadn't asked him to do this, he would be fine right now. The churches teachings of blind obedience are clearly to blame here.

He likely also believed he would be protected and he was actually helping people, since the church also teaches that. People love to quote Pascal's wager and act like their is no cost to believing in god and obeying the church and its leaders. But this kind of belief that the church teaches - that if you put yourself at risk to essentially cast a magic spell on someone that you will be protected and they will be healed - is extremely dangerous and our whole family is seeing the ramifications of it unfold right now.

I am just so upset. I feel the church should be paying his medical bills. The hospital shouldn't have let him visit people, but our society stupidly gives exceptions for 'clergy'. The church and its toxic teachings have failed one of their most devout followers.

Edit:

Thank you all for your kind words and support.

We got some new details. He blessed 2 covid-positive people. One was in the sick person's home, the other was in the hospital.

They actually reassigned my FIL's ministering assignment to minister to the hospital patient before having him visit the hospital. We figure this was done so that they could have him tell the hospital he was her 'minister'.

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Treasure found at my Father-in-law’s house.
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My father-in-law's home lab where he wired his house himself
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Father in-law forgot to engage the child lock on the fridge, pup broke in and ate himself miserable. Hurts so good, no regrets
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Ya'll Might Remember Me as the Entwife Who Cancelled a Wedding, Whose Fiance Was on a Feeding Tube, Whose Father-in-Law and Elopement Officiant Died All in the Same Month. Now I'm the Entwife Who Got Married Through it All with A Husband who is Back At Home and Getting Healthier Every Day! reddit.com/gallery/ju9el6
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I made a vertical chessboard so my father in law can display his dad's cheese pieces that he used against Bobby Fischer. Walnut and white oak.
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I guess we are getting serious, we picked up β€œBirdie” the heifer today. She’s staying at Father in laws until we get her set up at our house!
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AITA for calling my future father in law a xenophobe and refusing to apologize?

This will require a bit of backstory, so bear with me.

I moved to Germany after college, got a job, and have been working here for years. I (28M) met a girl (27F) soon after I moved and we’ve been dating ever since.

Anyway, I proposed a few days ago without asking her father’s permission first (it’s 2020, women aren’t property). Her parents like me and I had mentioned in passing that I planned to marry her before and they seemed happy with the idea, so I didn’t tell them the specifics of when I would propose because I wanted it to be an absolute surprise.

We went to their house yesterday to tell them we got engaged, and they were ecstatic. Then her father asked when I planned to renounce my US citizenship and get German citizenship, and that’s where it all went downhill.

I told him that I don’t plan on giving up my US citizenship since Germany doesn’t allow dual citizenship. When you give up your US citizenship returning to the US for any reason is a hassle, even just visiting (and if I ever would need to relocate to the US, getting an American citizenship again would be next to impossible, the government does not like people who renounce). My entire family still lives in the US and I have quite a few close friends there still, so I go back a few times a year, which would not be possible if I renounce.

He said that I had no reason to keep my US citizenship, unless I was planning on running out on my future wife and kids. He also said he refused to acknowledge any American grandkids. This is when I called him a xenophobe (which he obviously is). I told him that even if I renounce my US citizenship and get German citizenship, my kids will still be at least partially culturally American, since I am and will always be culturally American, whatever my passport says. I told him that they’ll grow up speaking English (in addition to German obviously) so that they can talk to the half of their family that only speaks English and this pissed him off more.

My fiancΓ©e is totally onboard with my keeping my US citizenship (even with the tax implications) and teaching our kids English, but says I should apologize for calling her father a xenophobe and being so argumentative. I told her he should apologize to me for insulting my heritage and saying that I would run away from my family.

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AITA for telling my father in law about his ex wife’s financial problems?

My MIL is recently widowed in her early 60’s by the sudden death of her husband (husbands step dad) of almost 20 years. My husband is an only child, so I guess we’re a close family. My MIL states she and her ex husband (my husbands bio dad) are best friends.

As long as I’ve known my MIL (12 years) she’s spent money as quickly as she got it. Credit cards, shopping sprees. β€œMy money is my money and my husbands money is my money”. She was never in charge of the finances, and my step-FIL and MIL bought big ticket items: 100k fifth wheeler, money out 401K to buy cars. Equity out their home to buy condo in another state. Maxed out LOC, trips to resorts, cruises. You name it. My step FIL worked even after he retired to bring in extra money, assuming NOW, because debt was high. β€œWe started later in life”, she’d say.

As soon as step-FIL died, everything that was an asset got sold and is currently in probate. I’m assuming it gets liquidated to pay off debt. She has a trip booked on a cruise next fall, and is trying to go to Cuba in February (yes, I know, were in a pandemic).

Where my FIL comes into play, is he saves everything. Had rental properties, invests, and keeps his money safe. He also had bought a house allowing my MIL (who was his ex at that point) to live in it back in the 90’s so she could raise my husband in a stable home, while my FIL worked away all over. That house then became a rental

My MIL, it seems, realizes there is a lot of debt and needs to sell what she can. She won’t have enough to buy the condo rental she’s currently in

She gets my step FIL’s pension, his social security. Realizing there is now debt that needs to be paid, MIL has been texting my FIL that if she doesn’t have enough money to buy a place, can he help her? β€œHe said he would!” I said to her β€œsurely the pension is enough to live on, a month?” β€œWell I just don’t want a mortgage”. She told me β€œyour FIL has money to burn, he has rentals and so much saved, our son gets all his inheritance anyway”.

I asked my husband about what she said, who is clueless about estates, debt, probate, as I take care of all the finances in the house. A few days later, I called up my FIL and asked if he planned on helping her financially. I told him about the debt, her trips, her shopping trips, credit cards spending sprees, a maid who cleans at her rented condo (can’t fucking scrub a tub by yourself?!). My husband found out I told his dad about the money issue, who became upset at me for talk

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My late father in law’s homemade dehydrator (for making jerky). Lightbulbs are the heat source! reddit.com/gallery/jqibmx
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I hate my father in law.

I'll probably delete this but I need to get this off my chest. My own family is useless when it comes to advice and I can't talk to friends about it because of fear it'll get to my husband.

It started when we got engaged.

FIL berated us for not getting married in a church, belittled and gas-lit me when I got mad about it. He bullies us, bullies his own son and daughter and I love my MIL but she's a fucking enabler.

Fast forward to now, he's part of the fucking Trump cult and ALWAYS wants to argue about it, makes passive-aggressive quips at us, and it blows me away how fucking mean he is about everything. The most recent was my husband and I were late to Sunday dinner for reasons we previously told them, as well as his sister who is dealing with bullshit with her ex-husband, so it held her up. She gets there first and apparently he just bit at her "Well good to know he's more important than your own family." This happens MINUTES before we get there, so she's about to cry and I'm confused as fuck.

So when it all calms down and she tells us what happened I'm mad for her, because it's the same shit.

He verbally abuses people around him who are family, and then leaves it to my MIL to make excuses and enable his bullshit, cruel behavior. Oh, his knees hurt? Okay, my back always fucking hurts and I don't make comments then not apologize.

He's a miserable old dickhead and I hate that my husband and MIL make excuses for him. I can't talk to my husband about this because he gets fucking defensive and refuses to listen when I try to bring up that hey your dad is fucking abusive why are you defending him?????

Edit/Update: I'm a little overwhelmed from the comments and, honestly, I wasn't expecting this post to get so much attention. Please don't be offended if I don't reply.

However, there's a few things that I want to clear up:

Please be kind to my husband. He's trying. The guy has been my anchor the past few years, especially when my mental health took a dive. He's gotten so much better compared to when we first got engaged and the way he acted then is different from the way he is now.

I made peace with my FIL, yes, but I also made it clear that, that behavior won't be tolerated again. The recent snide comment that FIL made has been "look it up. You're always Googling shit." After I fact-checked him on something and I just went "Alright, I will." While he sneered at me. SIL has told husband and I before that she loves that Husband doesn't seem to g

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AITA for not buying a car for my wife through my Father in Law?

So, some quick background. My wife has had her car for ten years without any serious issues to speak of and is restively good condition with low mileage. This past July, my wife’s check engine light came on and we decided to take it to her father’s privately owned car shop.

This is all well and good but her car’s check engine light was never fixed. In the past three months, we’ve left her car there for up to a week (with no rental provided) and have been given numerous reasons for her check engine light being on. These reasons have been either to an existing part needed to be replaced to her car’s computer system needing an update. Up to this pointed we have paid $600 to my FIL with no resolution to her car’s issue and we were told that they would need to replace another part for at least another $1200.

At this point, after going to and from my FIL’s shop a dozen times, we decided to search for an upgraded car outside of my FIL. We ended up finding the car my wife wanted and negotiated a deal with my wife’s old car as a trade in. The deal was within our budget and my wife is very happy with the car. My FIL is upset because we did not discuss buying a vehicle through a dealership before hand and he was counting on being able to sell her old car to help his business, which is struggling due to a variety of reasons.

At this point, my FIL wants nothing to do with us and from what we’ve been told by her mother, he is extremely embarrassed. We honestly feel terrible that her dad is taking it this hard, we did assume there would be some push back, and are just wondering: are we the assholes in this situation?

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My father-in-law invited me out into the desert for a week to test out this gold mining machine he made in his garage. v.redd.it/ozi4wirwihy51
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How do I tell if my father in law (66M) is lying about being a law enforcement officer?

A few years ago my (30M) wife (33F) reconnected with her estranged father (66M) who was described as a con man and a compulsive liar. It had apparently surfaced that the reason behind all of his supposed lies was that he was working undercover with the US Marshal service the entire time and wasn't able to tell his family for operational security reasons. Every job he'd had (and got fired from) and every sham marriage he'd had after his divorce from my wife's mom was suddenly explained away as being part of his "cover".

Naturally I was immediately suspicious as claiming to be a spy is a textbook strategy for compulsive liars to conveniently have a blanket excuse for everything, but he supposedly had "proof" that he showed my wife (mainly US Marshal memorabilia, medals, badges, stories, etc) and he seemed to be having a positive effect on my wife so I didn't want to look like a crazy person looking to cause trouble for no reason and left it be.

Over time he started doing the overprotective Dad act and started getting threatening and critical towards me, to the point that he started making vague threats to use his standing with the US Marshals against me. The kind of stuff that isn't explicit, but heavily implying that he could get me brought up on trumped up charges, get unwanted police attention brought on me to psych me out, etc. Usually this wouldn't phase me but given the recent climate with Trump, being a (legal) immigrant it had me seriously worried that I could get deported for so much as an incorrect lane change.

This also made me start getting suspicious because certain things didn't add up, and a lot of these came out when his wife suddenly divorced him out of nowhere.

  1. He was in the process of setting up a "drone production company" (more on this later), and claimed that the US Marshals were paying him with "surplus drones" rather than a salary. I have no experience with the government sector but it seems ludicrous to me and like it'd be a huge mess of red tape to pay someone with material items rather than a salary like everyone else.
  2. ) He had pictures of an "assault" he endured while supposedly serving a warrant on a fugitive who hit him with a 2x4. He had an illustrious story to go with it, but there wasn't any mention of receiving any compensation or healthcare, paid time off...you know, anything you hear about an officer usually getting when injured in the line of duty.
  3. He repeatedly borrowed thousands of dollars from us to pay
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At the father in-law's house for Thanksgiving. I did a double take in his garage and everybody asked why. They wouldn't understand.
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My father-in law (M 60s) is being catfished by a woman online and won’t acccept it. He already sent β€œher” a lot of money.

Father in law (M 60s) told me and my husband about a woman he matched with on a dating website over the summer. She had her own company, works overseas, and is planning on coming back to the US in 2 weeks. He had not Skyped or even spoken on the phone with her yet, just sending pics back and forth. He told us her full name so we googled her.. absolutely nothing showed up except people with the same name who had died years ago. You’d think if she had her own international company her name would be out on the internet somewhere. We were immediately suspicious and my husband warned him about cat fishing and not to give anyone money from the internet. He said he understood and would stop talking to her if she asks for money.

So we left it alone and hadn’t heard him talk about her for a few months. Figured it fizzled out or he figured out it wasn’t a real person. In hindsight, I should have asked him about it before now.

He has had plans to visit us for 2 months now. He surprises us the week before saying this woman is going to meet us too and he will pick her up from the airport. He even showed us her flight itinerary. Then the day before he leaves, he says she is unable to leave the country and he will explain when he gets here.

Ummm wtf??

So I finally ask him what happened with her flight, was it cancelled? I don’t even remember what he said... and he made a comment saying well I’ve invested a lot in this woman already, I’m not gonna just let things end. I’m over here thinking he meant emotionally invested but my husband asks β€œhow much money have you given her?” He says β€œ50... β€œ

Husband: β€œ50 what?”

50 thousand dollars!!!

We are both shocked and horrified.

Turns out he has been paying small sums of 1-2k over several weeks/months. Sounds like he was paying for her apt which she claimed was 800$ per week. And was sending it to some guy in the US who would deposit it to her.

It was some elaborate BS story about even though she has a company and contract worth 20 mil, she’s not able to access these funds and needs him to send her money. He doesn’t even have 50k to give so he took out a 20k loan from a sick relative.

We told him this is a scam and this is exactly what they do. He hadn’t even video chatted or talked on the phone with this person.

He said β€œwell I told her I can’t send her anymore money so all I can do is see what happens next”

He still doesn’t believe this is a scam. I don’t know what to do next. Do I contact the FBI? Sit him d

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The Dad Changing How Police Shootings Are Investigated (2018) - Before Jacob Blake, police in Kenosha, WI shot and killed unarmed Michael Bell Jr. in his driveway. His father then spent years fighting to pass a law that prevented police from investigating themselves after killings. [00:12:02] youtube.com/watch?v=h4NIt…
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My father in law runs a cleaning service, he was showing my wife and I who were recently married how to maintain a house, thanks dad! v.redd.it/u1o04ewl8yx51
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AITA for getting upset my father in law included my sons but not my daughters in his will?

My husband Will and I are both widowers. My first husband died in an accident and his wife died of cancer. We found each other a couple of years later, fell in love and married when my daughters were 4 and 6 and his son (Harry) was 5. We have been married for 10 years and also have an 8 year old son (Milo) together.

We always make it a point to always refer to the kids as ours. Whenever somebody refers to the girls as mine or Harry has his, we always correct them and say "ours". The kids get along great and consider each other full siblings.

When my father died 2 years ago, he left money for each of the four kids.

A couple weeks ago , Will's father passed away and we just found out that he divided his assets between his wife, 3 sons and "real" grandkids, meaning that my brother in law's kids, Harry and Milo got some money, but not the girls.

They were understandably very upset. I was also livid, it's not really about the money, but about them not being considered part of the family.

My husband claimed he did not agree, but didn't want to say anything to his mother to "keep the peace" and "there is nothing we can do" ans "it was his father's decision" . He also reminded me that when my first husband's mother passed, she left her entire estate to the girls, as he was an only child and the girls were her only grandkids. It is true, but this is totally different, because Milo and Harry were really never her family, unlike my father, who did leave things for all four kids, and my father in law.

I thinks we should do something about this, at least that my husband should stand up to his mother and remind her that they are ALL our kids. For the record, I would never suggest that Milo or Harry share their inheritance, it's their money, we are thinking of putting it into a trust together with what my father left them until they turn 18.

So AITA for being upset my daughters were left out of the will but my sons were not?

Small edit:I don't plan on contesting to will, nor do I want the family to give them money. And obviously, each person can do whatever they want with their own money in their own will. It is really not about that. What uspets me is how they are treated or not considered part of the family, it sucks that after all the hard work we put into being considered a single family, we are still being singled out.

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AITA for telling my sister in law to accept the fact that her father chose me and not her to take over his business?

I (35M) been married for 5 years now. I come from a working class background, but my wife (34F) comes from a VERY wealthy background (in the multi millions).

I always got along very well with her father (70M). He died 2 years ago, but 8 months before he died he asked me to take over running his business. Given that I had experience with my own past businesses and working in that field I agreed.

So far I've done a great job and only further expanded the business.

The issue comes that my sister in law (32F) reacted angrily when her father decided this. She had been gunning for that position and had proven herself by helping him run the business for years. When he chose me, she left the business and understandably.

The problem is that whenever we see her, she can't help but show her bitterness with snide comments. The last time me and my.wife met her, over some drinks we were talking about hard work and she said "yeah but you wouldn't know anything about that would you".

This made me angry, because I haven't been given things. I come from a working class background and had to really grind hard when I found work at companies and eventually started up my.own businesses. I left my businesses so.i could take over my father in law's. By contrast, she has only ever worked for her father and came from a wealthy background.

I snapped and said "You are miserable and it's sad. Just accept that he didn't choose you". This made her very upset and she tried to look like she wasn't affected but an hour later she made some excuse to leave.

My wife said I was an AH for.this and I got a message from my SIL saying I was out of line. AITA?

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Nitish Rana dedicating his half century to his father-in-law, who passed away yesterday
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Father in law died after calling 999 and an ambulance never showing up.

My father in law died 3 days ago in England. While he was old, it was pretty unexpected. They still haven't released the reason why he died, but they're pretty sure it was from his diabetes and changing medicine.

The thing though is that he called 999 and an ambulance never came. When his friend hadn't heard from him in 2 days, he went over with his son and they ended up kicking in his door to find him dead on the floor. They called an ambulance. 7 hours later, an ambulance still hadn't arrived. Another 2 hours and police showed up. They sat with his dead body for 9 hours.

They went to get all of his things today because they live in Wales and another lock down is coming soon and they didn't know when they'd get another chance to. My brother in law went through his phone and my FIL had called 999. And obviously, an ambulance never came. In two days, no emergency sector came to check on a 80yo man who called 999.

What do we do here? Where do we even begin? Would this even be considered negligence? He had an android phone and Google has it set in the UK that if you dial 999, it automatically gives them your location so even if he was unable to say where he was, there still isn't a reason to not show up.

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I made u/seerider's father-in-law's grandmothers Blueberry Tea Cake for my daughters birthday!
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This is my father-in-law
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Veteran father-in-law resorts to his marine training while playing Farpoint. Takes off running for cover, straight into the bar! v.redd.it/uo3m5e7xygw51
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Father in law gifted us his old iMac as a house warming gift. He wiped it clean before hand as he was going to sell it. I plan on letting my 4y old son watch DVD'S on it while we move. Looks like he'll only be 199,529 years old when it's done. Those 8 extra minutes though..
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Stanley no. 6 type 7 that I found in my father in laws barn. Took a bit of work to get I back in shape. reddit.com/gallery/k4ch6g
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Election Day stress baking with u/seerider's father-in-law's grandmothers Blueberry Tea Cake
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My father-in-law better like what I got him for Christmas this year...
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Bindi bringing roses for his father in law at the airport...

...I couldn't be farther than a fan of this couple, but the fact Bini brought roses to her father as a welcome gift at the airport was by far, the awesomest thing I have ever seen, and totally sweet. Nuff said.

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My father-in-law is cleaning out his house and just dropped these circa 1995 FLEER X-Men trading cards. What a blast from the past. Now I have to dig out my own Marvel trading card collection. reddit.com/gallery/jk23pw
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TIL Peter Davison, the fifth doctor from the original Doctor Who TV series is the father-in-law of David Tennant, the tenth doctor. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pet…
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Hey! Just wanted to come by and post a few shots from our most recent harvest! We’re a small family owned grow (20+ years of experience) and just convinced my father-in-law to get on insta and get his work recognized! JustBloomPharm on Insta! Appreciate you all! reddit.com/gallery/k2q0f5
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Mother and Father in law at it again!

Good morning,

So I have had destructive issues with my husband's parents in the past. I was treating him like a child, to them moving in our house after I had my son, causing issues in our marriage, knowing no boundaries, etc.

I try my best to stay away from them as much as possible. But they got a timeshare in my area this week, so my husband decided we would take it for a few days while they spend time with our son.

Well, every time they come over and spend time with him, and we leave out, they put something in front of the camera, take it down, or unplug it.

I'm overacting for being upset, or is it okay? Sometimes I like to check in to see what our baby is doing because I have not been away from him long, and he's not use to them because I don't allow them to interrupt the peace in our household anymore.

Any advice would be great.

Thanks and I hope everyone is staying safe out here!

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My father-in-law died suddenly last week. This was the last piece he played for my wife the previous week. He told her the name, but she can't remember it now and it would mean a lot to her to know. Does anybody recognise it? v.redd.it/6orjnrfexvv51
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Father in law recently started collecting his pension. This is how he celebrated... v.redd.it/r81hnad5yb261
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Recognize this street in Bruges? This is a picture of my late father in law taken right after World War II. Does anyone know what street this is on? Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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um... what? at my in-laws’ house (father in-law is a cop)
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Helping Your Father-In-Law (Ktandoku) translated: (Maadpaw)
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My Father in Law is now in the hospital with COVID-19 after giving blessings to the sick in the hospital - which church leaders asked him to do.

My father in law is 70, and has diabetes.

Yet after other people refused to give blessing to sick members in the hospital, they called my father in law. You see, he's the kind of believer that a request from church leaders is the equivalent to a commandment straight from god. Even if he thought it was a bad idea he still would have done it. And they knew it.

And now fast forward over a week and he has been admitted for COVID-19 complications himself.

He is retired and was otherwise quarantined at home so the chance that he contracted it at the hospital is very high.

I can't believe the irresponsibility of church leadership for asking him to do it let alone allow him to do it. Actually, of course I can believe it, but it makes me incredibly upset.

If the church hadn't asked him to do this, he would be fine right now. The churches teachings of blind obedience are clearly to blame here.

He likely also believed he would be protected and he was actually helping people, since the church also teaches that. People love to quote Pascal's wager and act like their is no cost to believing in god and obeying the church and its leaders. But this kind of belief that the church teaches - that if you put yourself at risk to essentially cast a magic spell on someone that you will be protected and they will be healed - is extremely dangerous and our whole family is seeing the ramifications of it unfold right now.

I am just so upset. I feel the church should be paying his medical bills. The hospital shouldn't have let him visit people, but our society stupidly gives exceptions for 'clergy'. The church and its toxic teachings have failed one of their most devout followers.

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