Three reasons Fiona would go to church in Venezuela

  1. With all the danger and turmoil about there’s increased value from a higher power that is going to do a lot of saving and protecting. The service we half listened to as we ate our lunch had an unusual emphasis on God as a protector.
  2. The singing is good.
  3. There’s nothing else to do on Sundays. People stay home to be with their families. So the streets are empty making them dangerous, and pedestrians vulnerable to attack. So no one goes outside. Seems like a classic collective action problem. But a regulated solution might be difficult.

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