Christians “working” for any government are suspect: after all, Leviathan pays them with stolen money. But they’re especially culpable when they serve a state as corrupt, cruel, and oppressive as the USSA’s.
Exhibit A: Dr. Francis Collins of the National Institutes of Health. Each time this bureaucrat touts himself as an “evangelical Christian,” my jaw not only drops, my gorge rises. How can anyone affiliated with the NIH claim to follow Jesus Christ? Especially after these last two years and the lies this agency has constantly spewed: “During the coronavirus pandemic, Collins has been on the front lines urging Americans to wear masks and get vaccinated. … the Biden administration has increasingly put Collins on network shows to urge vaccinations and defend the booster strategy.”
Endorsing and spreading falsehoods invalidates anyone’s “Christianity.” But that isn’t the extent of Collins’ evil. Long before COVIDCon, his agency promoted transgenderism, sodomy, and abortion. Collins has directed the NIH since 2009, so he’s had plenty of time to clean house—but somehow hasn’t. Indeed, “[d]uring his tenure [at the NIH], Collins had drawn the ire of anti-abortion groups that opposed his support of using fetal tissue in medical research, …” Can a “Christian” lead an organization that flouts numerous Biblical commands while housing articles that mock Scripture in its digital library?
You probably won’t be surprised to learn that Collins has sponged off taxpayers since 1984, when he joined the faculty at the University of Michigan. Stints at the National Human Genome Research Institute and the NIH followed. If our shyster harbors any scruples against theft, he easily subjugates them: “During Collins’ 12-year tenure, the NIH budget grew by 38 percent, from $30 billion in 2009 to $41.3 billion in 2021. Collins proposed a series of ambitious initiatives,” all on our dime.
Despite such wickedness, Collins “has spoken at length about his conversion from atheism to Christianity…”
One wonders why he bothered to convert, let alone speak about it (though perhaps he’s a plant. We know Our Rulers have had the plandemic on the drawing board for years; did they groom Collins as their envoy to the faithful?). Jesus Christ isn’t Lord of his life; rather, Collins shoe-horns his version of “Christianity” into his version of “science.” When the two conflict (and they will in this fallen world. Our sin beclouds our perceptions and measurements of Nature as well as our understanding of God’s designs and purposes therein), “science” always wins.
That goes double for the book he published in 2006, The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief.
Actually, what Collins presents are his doubts about the veracity of Holy Scripture.
The “editorial reviews” alone proclaim that the author is no Christian. Since when has the New York Slimes praised anything offering “proof” of God? Yet that commie rag gushes, “Collins’s argument that science and faith are compatible deserves a wide hearing. It lets non-churchgoers consider spiritual questions without feeling awkward.” The other critics include “Kenneth Miller, Brown University, author of Finding Darwin’s God” (hey, if Collins is a Christian, why not Darwin?) and “Archbishop Desmond
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