The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution approved by Congress in 1789 states:
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.”
Your God-given rights are protected by the Constitution and are not the government's rights to take away. There is a push to mandate vaccines nationwide, so we must continue to speak up and let our elected officials know that they do not have the right to pass mandates and that we will not consent.
Senator Lauren Book claims that no religion forbids vaccines, but what she fails to mention, when it comes to religious vaccine exemptions, is that many vaccines are developed with aborted fetal cells. Abortion is a sin in many religions. In Christianity, the Bible makes it clear that:
The MRC-5 cell line was developed in September 1966 from lung tissue taken from a 14 week fetus aborted for psychiatric reason from a 27 year old physically healthy woman. MCR-5 is still used today in many vaccines. You can find aborted fetal tissue in 23 total vaccines, including:
>> Click here << to view a testimony, under oath, by the world's leading authority on vaccines, Dr. Stanley Plotkin as he describes the use of aborted fetal body parts in making vaccines.
Search the CDC.gov website at the link below to see these and other vaccine ingredients that you are not being told about.
November 14, 2019 - The Vaccine Injury Epidemic Event (V.I.E.) in Washington DC. Rabbi Henry Morse discusses the need for Religious Leaders to speak out against forced vaccinations – "Do your job."
November 14, 2019 - The Vaccine Injury Epidemic Event (V.I.E.) in Washington DC. Father Michael Copenhagen discusses the role of Catholics in Religious Freedom. https://youtu.be/MozcnBvarik?t=15314
Click here to read his article: Restore Ye to Its Owners: on the immorality of receiving vaccines derived from abortion
November 14, 2019 - The Vaccine Injury Epidemic Event (V.I.E.) in Washington DC. Christian speaker, Charmaine Rusin discusses Biblical principals that support Religious Freedom.
November 14, 2019 - The Vaccine Injury Epidemic Event (V.I.E.) in Washington DC. Sheila Ealey delivers a powerful message to families of those touched by vaccine injuries and death. "It is only with our God we will move forward and this war will be won."
The following link contains Letters from Religious Leaders concerning vaccine choice and religious freedoms. The religious leaders come from all faith backgrounds and discuss the topics of vaccine exemptions to use of aborted fetal cells.
Click here for Clergy letters on the Freedom of Religion - United Solutions (FOR-US) website.
Beth Medrash Govoha, the largest rabbinical college in the country, has come out AGAINST removing religious exemptions for vaccinations. "...the decision whether to vaccinate is truly a religious one. An Orthodox Jew should retain the right to consult with a rabbi about whether he should vaccinate... This right, to act is based upon our sacred beliefs, is protected by the constitution. It is the cornerstone of freedom here in the United States, and should so remain.
Click here to read more.
The statutory language for Florida vaccine policy clearly states that religious exemption must be granted without question if vaccination conflicts with a person’s religious convictions. A religious objection may be expressly implied by religious denomination or it may be based on an individual’s own moral/spiritual conscience to live God’s Word.
Agents acting on behalf of the state in vaccination matters are prohibited from requesting ANY administrative proof that explains the recipient’s religious belief or that proves membership in an “acceptable” or specific religion. The state may NOT discriminate between religious denominations and may NOT make judgments regarding religious convictions.
A religious exemption from vaccination must be obtained from a county health department. Religious exemption is not authorized or issued by schools or physicians.
Every county health department issues a standardized approved religious exemption form (DH 681). Search for your county health department here: http://www.floridahealth.gov/all-county-locations.html
Quick Fact: “A request for a religious exemption from immunization requirements must be presented to the facility/school on the Department of Health’s Religious Exemption From Immunization form (DH 681 Form). The DH 681 Form is issued only by county health departments and only for a child who is not immunized because of his/her family’s religious tenets or practices. If a parent requests such an exemption, the county health department staff must use the current DH 681 Form, which has been signed by the parent affirming the written statement on the form that a religious conflict exists.
This form must be issued upon request. No other information should be solicited from the parent or guardian.” Rule 64D-3.046, Florida Administrative Code. Medical exemptions are also allowed.
Other Resources: Many vaccination and exemption information links are date specific. If the links below have expired, click on the state's department of health, or immunization program link provided below, as they are likely to provide links to updated information. The General Information link leads to the overview page provided by the state at the time of this webpage's update and may also be helpful.
K-12 School Information
Other State Resources
The information contained on NVIC's web pages is for educational purposes only and is not intended to be medical or legal advice. Those seeking medical or legal advice should obtain the services of a competent attorney, physician or qualified health care professional. Although NVIC continually updates our website, state laws and rules change frequently and consumers are ultimately responsible for verifying their state's vaccination and exemption laws and requirements.
Visit Kehoe Family Chiropractic's page for detailed information on Florida's Religious Exemption. Click here.
To end the controversial debate on whether aborted fetal fragments are in our most common vaccines, we asked THE expert. Adult stem cell pioneer, Dr. Theresa Deisher, PhD, breaks down the science and provides the facts on this very controversial topic.
Warning: This video contains disturbing content.
One commonly cited reason for claiming a religious vaccine exemption has to do with the fact that some vaccines are made using aborted fetal cell lines. As reported in an April 26, 2019, article in Christianity Today:1
By Christianity Today (4/26/19)
The use of fetal cell lines from the 1960s is another sticking point in the vaccine debate.
A new study published in the September 2014 volume of the Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology reveals a significant correlation between autism disorder (AD) and MMR, Varicella (chickenpox) and Hepatitis-A vaccines.
September 29, 2018 – Increasing numbers of parents are finding plenty of arguments against vaccination, including the reality that vaccines go against what the Bible says and what God wants for His creation. In this article, Danielle sheds some light on why Christians may want to rethink vaccines, and why it is essential to protect our religious freedoms.
Bioethics Research Library:
Cells used and vaccines produced using aborted fetuses.
With Downloadable PDF.
Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute, Seattle Conclusion – Not only damaged human cells, but also healthy human cells can take up foreign DNA spontaneously. Foreign human DNA taken up by human cells will be transported into nuclei and be integrated into host genome, which will cause phenotype change. Hence, residual human fetal DNA fragments in vaccine can be one of causes of autism spectrum disorder in children through vaccination. Vaccine must be safe without any human DNA contaminations or reactivated viruses, and must be produced in ethically approved manufacturing processes.
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