Consider the psycho-social influence of the plague -- offering specific examples -- As it effected the relationship of the populous with their God (is their relationship to God changed or, rather, their relationship with his ministers?)
What of survivor guilt?
Or, in the Americas, the choice by individuals and families not to be survivors.
Or the evidence suggesting that better organized communities had a better chance of surviving as a community.
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Psycho-Social Influence of the Plague
Plague as an instrument of nature that kills people en masse, was originally viewed as a punishment from God. Although logical thinkers believed that God did not truly look out for them, plagues actually made people flock to God and the Church....
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