That's where my argument will start going off the philosophical deep end and I'll spare you that.
But if a Church is truly 'closed', it was probably never was 'open' in the first place. I'm not even talking about openness to change. I'm just talking about the mentality of the people. It's only closed if the leadership and the people see it as such. If they cannot find it within them to BE Church when they can't GO TO church, then they probably NEED to close anyway.
As far as I'm concerned, Pritzker didn't limit me...and Trump didn't empower me. They just don't have that power, if church is being done right.
But I digress again, as people see God and the things of church in different ways.