Over 1,000 ministers vow to oppose the church’s vaccine passport program

Covid-19 Vaccination Center in London-Shutterstock

Covid-19 Vaccination Center in London-Shutterstock

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Over 1,000 ministers have shown that they will challenge Vaccine passport rules If they are carried out in the church, describe them as the “fundamental betrayal” of Christian beliefs.

In an open letter to the Prime Minister regarding the proposal for a vaccine passport, church leaders said:

“A sincere Christian church or organization could not do this. As Christian leaders, we were forced to actively resist such parliamentary law.”

“It would be a disgust for us and a denial of the gospel truth for the Church of Jesus to keep out those who were considered socially undesirable by the state,” he added.

The letter, signed by a mixture of ministers, ministers, ministers and elders of various Christian denominations, also states: Examples of problems that can extend the status of the Covid vaccine to include other forms of medicine and perhaps other criteria beyond it.

“This plan has the potential to bring the end of liberal democracy, as we know it, and create a state of surveillance in which governments use technology to control certain aspects of the lives of their citizens.

“Thus, this constitutes one of the most dangerous policy proposals ever made in the history of British politics …

“We agree with MPs who have already expressed opposition to this proposal. Introducing such mandatory health certifications into British society is divisive, discriminatory and destructive. That is.

“We urge the government to strongly and clearly insist that it never and never think of this illegal and dangerous plan.”

Signers of the letter include Baptist, Evangelical, Free Church, Anglican, Presbyterian, and Christian leaders of various Autocephaly churches throughout the UK.

Backed by more than 1,100 clerics, the call is led by Rev. William Philip, senior minister of the Tron Church in Glasgow, who led the judicial review of successful Scottish church leaders last month.

Unlike Britain, the Scottish Civil Court has heard that the ban on church worship in Scotland is unconstitutional and violates human rights. This marked the first legal victory over the Covid law.

An open letter signed by Rev. David Hathaway, founder and president of Eurovision Mission to Europe, arrived last week when the government was warned by its own equality watchdog. Covid status certificate scheme or “vacuum passport” It can be discriminatory.

Voting for Vaccine Passport City

Voting for Vaccine Passport City

The Equality and Human Rights Commission has reportedly informed the Cabinet Office that such measures would create a “two-tiered society” in the United Kingdom.

A spokesman for the Anglican Church also warned against the introduction of passports, saying: The basis of a vaccine passport.

“Such an approach is carried out contrary to the principle that the church is the home and shelter of all.”

A spokesman for the Ministry of Health was asked to comment.