“Evangelical” Dr. Collins Tracks Down Truth-tellers in the Spirit of the Jesuits!
Dr. Francis Collins, head of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), has hypnotized many evangelical leaders to trust him as one of their own.
Dear Christian, do not fall for this deceit!
Just recently, this renowned scientist issued a stern warning to those who dissent from the Romanist narrative about Covid and your need to take the shot, like it or not! Dr. Colins wants to "track down and deliver justice to those he thinks distribute "disinformation".
"And I think those who are intentionally spreading this kind of information that they know to be false for some political or personal reasons, I really think they are the ones that we ought to be trying to track down and figure out, why are you doing this? And isn't there some kind of justice for this kind of action? Isn't this like yelling fire in a crowded theater? Are you really allowed to do that without some consequences?"
Does this sound like an objective, mild-mannered doctor concerned about your health and looking only for truth?
Then why the authoritarian tone of a dragon who will not tolerate any dissent, no matter how genuine the source from which it comes?
18 months ago we posed the question, “Who Is Doctor Francis Collins and Should You Be Concerned?”
Dr. Collins not only holds a powerful position in the federal government. Dr. Collins has also gained influence over unsuspecting evangelicals due to his collaboration with celebrity pastor Tim Keller. Together as founders of Biologos, they push evolution on evangelical Christians.
Biologos also pushes the propaganda of the Covid vaccine on believers. They penned the first major letter to compel naive Christians to take the vaccine. A Christian mathematician and computer scientist wrote a detailed rebuttal exposing the flaws in their letter.
Furthermore, the walk and talk of Dr. Collins do not conform to Christ.
Consider in a recent interview with Ed Stetzer, Dr. Collins stated:
- He has not attended church for the last 18 months. (Does Hebrews 10:26 exist in his Bible?)
- He denies the concern about use of aborted baby parts in vaccines. Indeed, he rejects any excuse for religious objection or exemption.
- He claims Christians should still believe scientists even though they reject God’s created order by pushing the transgender agenda.
Does Dr. Collins sound like a “brother in Christ” we should trust?