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Thanks to the recent example of pure dictatorship from the Biden regime, tens of millions of Americans are faced with a daunting decision to either get vaccinated or lose their job. This is tyranny at its finest and unprecedented in this country.

If we don’t come out of this pandemic as a stronger nation, shame on us. We mustn’t let this stand.

Many people are looking for ways out of the mandate, including several Christians appealing to a religious exemption.

With the recent vaccination mandate being imposed by the tyrannical Biden regime, many people are doing whatever they can to find a way around it.

Before going any further, if you’re someone who is looking to take this route, consider something along the lines of this statement of exemption written by the Communion of Reformed Evangelical Churches (CREC). You may have better results.

One hospital is forcing employees who are trying to file for a religious exemption to remain consistent with a form they are required to fill out. The form requires those employees to commit to refraining from everyday medicines such as Tylenol, Pepto-Bismol, ibuprofen, Benadryl and Claritin, among others.

According to Western Journal,

According to KARK-TV, Conway Regional Hospital is requiring a COVID-19 vaccine. The hospital said an increasing number of people were attempting to secure a religious exemption from the requirement.

Many of the employees applying for the exemption were reportedly citing an issue with fetal cell lines being used in the development of vaccines. The practice involves growing cell lines in a lab using cells from aborted fetuses.

This is just another instance of non-religious people thinking that they know more about the Bible than people who believe the Bible.

I’ve been a Christian for 17 years and I’ve encountered this countless times.

I always hear objections from atheists or agnostics that are presented as though they know more about the topic than you do. The truth is, they’ve never read the Bible in their life, even though many will claim that they have. If you’ve ever read the entire Bible, you’ll know that it’s not an easy thing to do.

Over the years I’ve learned a lot about the Bible, the history of Israel and the ancient Near East, theology, the Torah, etc. and even still, some it’s easy to get lost in what is actually being said in certain passages. Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy are no joke.

Believe it or not, there is also an overlap here of Cancel Culture.

As you know, the Cancel Culture has become a movement of ruining the lives of anyone who has made a mistake that they don’t like. There is no room for forgiveness or not knowing better when you were young.

I’ve never heard this before about fetal cell lines being used in everyday medicines like Tylenol or ibuprofen to be quite honest, but it seems to be accurate.

“These are cell lines that were originally derived from fetal tissue from aborted fetuses many of back in the 70s and 80s and they’ve been immortalized and retained and passaged again and again,” said James Lawler, an infectious disease expert at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.

The fetal cell lines currently used are thousands of generations removed from the original fetal tissue from which the cells were derived, Lawler said.

“I understand why people have concerns,” said Lawler, who is a practicing Catholic. “The bottom line is almost all the medical products we use have in some way been touched by research that’s been done on fetal cell lines.”

That can range from over-the-counter medicines like Tylenol to other prescriptions you pick up at the pharmacy.


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Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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