New York Times
Evangelical insider takes a leading role after being fired after approving the vaccine
A year ago, Daniel Darling eagerly followed the news report on the development of the coronavirus vaccine. All his family members were infected with COVID-19, and his children lost their beloved piano teacher, a otherwise healthy 50-year-old woman, to the virus. The pandemic was personal. Eventually, vaccination became personal to Darling as well. In August, approving the shot from an evangelical point of view sacrificed him his work as a spokesman for the National Religious Broadcasting Station.