Luke 13: 26-27
Then you will say, "We ate and drank with you, and you taught in our streets.' But He will say to you, ‘I do not know where you are from; depart from Me, all you evildoers.’
BioLogos was founded in 2009 by Dr. Francis Collins. He led the Human Genome Project and has long been the Director of the National Institutes of Health.
Lead Pastor and Author, Tim Keller, says it this way,
“Many people today, both secular and Christian, want us to believe that science and religion cannot live together. Not only is this untrue, but we believe that a thoughtful dialogue between science and faith is essential for engaging the hearts and minds of individuals today. BioLogos provides this step.”
What do these perspectives say about Isaiah 40:8 --
Grass withers and flowers fade away, when the LORD's breath blows on them, but the Word of our God will stand forever.
The primary goal of BioLogos is to convince Christians to embrace evolution, claiming it has no impact on the Gospel and evolution can be harmonized with “the belief that the Bible is the inspired and authoritative Word of God.” Where there is a conflict, BioLogos gives priority to the claims of secular scientists. Their efforts are meant to reconcile evolution with the Bible and explain in secular terms the foundations of the world. They refer to this as “theistic evolution,” which eliminates the reality of Adam’s first sin and nullifies the necessity of Christ’s death to redeem us and gift us with everlasting life.
The long list of contributing authors and speakers found on the BioLogos pages are no doubt among the same church “leaders” who have closed their vestibules, forbidding congregation for praise and prayer but have opened their doors to the Sorcerers who are administering shots that will permanently mark the recipient.
And then, we have heard what Rev. Franklin Graham recently said in series of interviews:
“I believe it is consistent with Scripture that we protect our lives and do whatever we can to save life. So I don’t have any problem with telling a person to take an aspirin or telling a person to have a vaccine.”
"I would hope that the pastors in the pulpit would tell people how they can be saved from God's judgment. I think for a pastor to tell someone not to take the vaccine is problematic because what would happen if that person got coronavirus and died?"
“I think if there were vaccines available in the time of Christ, Jesus would have made reference to them and used them.”
“I thank God for the doctors and the researchers that have put this time and effort and money to develop these vaccines, and I hope that the American people will use them.”
These comments make me feel somewhere between nauseatingly appalled and ballistically livid.
- What about all those who have died – or are GOING to die – from one of these shots?
- What about manipulating our God-given, precious DNA with these shots?
- Why would anyone believe the same people -- the same companies, who are working to destroy and eliminate the human race -- when they claim these untested products are 'safe' and 'beneficial to health'?
- What about Jesus HEALING the sick with His hands and with prayer? Our Lord would have NEVER turned to the Pharmakia – the Sorcerers – and over the healing power of His Father in heaven.
- To say that “Jesus would have taken, or would have advocated, the injection of these genetic modification tools" is, in my opinion, truly committing blasphemy.
When it comes to the hundreds of pastors, priests, rabbis, and mullahs who embrace the lies and deceits promoted by adherents of BioLogos and their propaganda-spreading medical talking heads, how do you think the Lord will judge these people? What will God say as they stand before Him for their life review?
As millions are scrambling to be injected, out of irrational fear or for convenience and a ‘hope' this will return their lives to ‘normal', what will God say to the Church leaders who have turned their back on His Word and His teachings....and opened their doors, making the church a vaccination center? What will God say to pastors and priests who are encouraging their congregations to participate in this global experiment?
My thought is the Lord may look upon them as “false followers” as He described in Matthew 7:21-23:
Not everyone who says to Me, ‘Lord, Lord!’ will enter the Kingdom of heaven, but only the ones who do the will of My Father in heaven. On that day many will say to Me, ‘Lord, Lord, didn’t we prophesy in Your name, drive out demons in Your name, and do many miracles in Your name?’ Then I will tell them plainly, ‘I never knew you. Get away from me, you who practice evil.”
Dear Lord, we come before You with anxious minds and heavy hearts for those who have fallen away from You and are putting their trust in a Pharmakia-product instead.