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Franklin Graham Makes Some Bold Claims About Jesus And The Vaccine

Franklin Graham has come out as pro vaccine, and has been pushing it in conjunction with the mainstream media.


Would Jesus have supported the vaccine?

I don’t know, but based on what I know about Jesus, I don’t think he would be out here preaching vaccines.

He was after all, a healer right?

Why would someone who could heal people with his own hands support a synthetic vaccine? Vaccines that use aborted fetal tissue in the research stages?

Pretty sure Jesus wouldn’t be about it, but maybe Franklin Graham knows something I am not aware of.

Could it be that Mr.Graham has some sort of monetary or publicity motive here?

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ABC News reported: 

And while the varying degree of abortion cell-line usage in the vaccine development process has helped drive anti-vaccine pastors like Tony Spell, others in the evangelical community say that the complete rejection of vaccines is wrong.

"I would hope that the pastors in the pulpit would tell people how they can be saved from God's judgment," said Franklin Graham, president and CEO of Samaritan's Purse and the son of the famed late televangelist Rev. Billy Graham. "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?"  

For many of today's televangelists, the message from the pulpit has been evolving.

NOQ Report had more on the story: 

To be clear, Graham is not someone we consider to be heretical. His doctrine has been mostly sound over the years and he does not seem to be a false teacher. But this particular push is disingenuous and makes claims about the beliefs of our Lord and Savior that he should reconsider. It was an irresponsible statement made in a way that was intended, in his mind, to do good. Nevertheless, it’s a stretch of credulity.

At another point in the segment, Graham and others seem to insinuate that religious leaders who are pushing against the Covid vaccines are taking risks with their parishioners. This may be true, but these pro-vaccine religious leaders did not note the opposite side of the coin. Should those pushing Covid vaccines feel badly if someone they’re counseling dies from it? There have been numerous cases of deaths cause by the vaccines, though mainstream media generally ignores these or even covers them up.

On the latest episode of Conservative News Briefs, JD and Tammy chastise Graham for his claims of knowing the mindset of our Messiah. They did so from a perspective of vaccine-neutrality; as JD often says, one does not have to be an anti-vaxxer to have serious questions about the efficacy and safety of these experimental and rushed drugs.


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