Curtis Chang

co-founder of the group Christians and the Vaccine; former evangelical pastor of the River Church Community in San Jose

Curtis Chang on KCRW

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Faith-based COVID vax exemption: How easily can you claim one, and do some religions truly forbid inoculation?

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