As more and more Americans are being forced to get the COVID-19 vaccine, religious exemptions are on the rise, given the various vaccines’ connection to the use of aborted fetal cell tissue in their development and/or testing. This article will investigate this issue in depth, and explain the truth about the use of aborted fetuses in vaccine manufacturing.
Flat earthism (FE) has reemerged with passionate momentum as of late – especially in Christian circles. No longer relegated to the dregs of society – FE has been reintroduced, and accepted, by a broad contingent of believers here in the 21st century. Many Bible believers are emphatically stating that the Bible is a “flat earth book”; and since they rightly believe the Bible is the Word of the Living God, they are unwilling to budge on the topic.
Somewhere in the 18th and 19th centuries, a new flat earth doctrine was established and adopted by certain members of society, and has remained on the fringes ever since. With advances in science, technology, and exploration in the 20th and now 21st centuries, these people are extremely few and far between – until now. Let’s investigate some of the claims made by leading flat earth apologist Mark Sargent.