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The charismatic health and wealth prosperity gospel has been promoting themselves rather deceptively over the years.

What do we think now of Dr. Fraud-ci's boss Dr. Francis Collins?  Dr. Collins has spent much time studying the human genome.

Dr. Collins was not pressured into firing Dr. Fraud-ci over a request a tweet made by Trump.  Dr. Collins recently received an award by the Deep State Templeton prize.

Calling for Christians to take the mandatory vaccine and to go along with the deliberate misinformation we're being given about the corona bull shit?

And Dr. Collins is an evangelistic type.  He even wrote a book about the Language of God.

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Dr. Collins covering for the NIH while making waves of his own.

For months after President Donald Trump's inauguration in January 2017, biomedical scientists were on edge. The White House had asked geneticist Francis Collins to stay on as director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland, but nobody knew for how long. Some unconventional candidates for the NIH post, including a surgeon-turned-entrepreneur and a Tea Party member of Congress, provoked "major angst," recalls NIH observer Tony Mazzaschi, policy director for the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health in Washington, D.C. Soon, Trump proposed slashing the agency's budget by 22%.

But in early June 2017, relief came when the White House announced that Collins would remain NIH director. Two years later, biomedical scientists are counting themselves lucky. Collins has helped shield NIH from threatened budget cuts as well as the upheaval that has shaken many other federal agencies under the Trump administration. As he completes a decade as NIH director this month, Collins, 69, has been a survivor—he's one of a few top-level holdovers from former President Barack Obama's administration and has served longer than any other NIH head in 50 years. Observers say Collins has also been one of the most influential directors ever to shape NIH, which with a budget of $39 billion this year is the world's largest biomedical research agency.

Maryland is the place where the breakout occurred last year at the military base.
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Top 10 reasons to reject the word of faith.

It requires 'revelation knowledge'.

It makes the Almighty God and Creator a weak 'faith-being' who is at the mercy of His own universal laws.

It makes the Divine Son of God into a born-again man who had to die in Hell to pay the price for our treason.

It elevates man to equality with Jesus.

It makes man a god.

It makes the redemption into a restoration of dominion for mankind.

Its goal is the transformation of the earth by spiritual dominion.

It replaces prayer with confession, and God's will with the manipulation of 'forces'.

It denies the reality of sin and sickness.

It focuses on self and the world instead of God and Heaven.

The tower of Babel the creation of nations and occult religions, but it was designed to promote One World Government and possibly sun god worship.
Inside the Vatican church looks like a snake?

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Battle of the Snakes  which one is the one that the medical profession uses?

Why does the World Health Organization have a snake in the logo?

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What's that symbol behind Bill Gates?


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Another China connection: Dr Francis Collins.

[i]In the middle of this scandal is NIH director Dr. Francis Collins, an Obama holdover who publicly affirms his Christian faith but has a [b]long history of collaborating with the communist Chinese regime.[/b][/i]