vaccines

Restoring religious vaccine exemptions in Virginia

By Deborah Stilt — The moment a COVID-19 public health emergency was declared in Virginia, all religious exemptions to vaccines became null and void, forcing thousands to choose between following their conscience and obeying the law. Thankfully, two medical freedom bills have been filed in the state to restore the right to opt out of mandated vaccines and reinstate religious freedom. This fight in Virginia is poised to influence the nation. Citizens across the country must be vigilant.

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The challenge to be pro-life in the 21st century

By Dan Becker Being pro-life in the 21st century requires us to ask inconvenient questions and to use discernment and courage to consistently apply our Biblical worldview. This is not only true in opposing abortion without exceptions, but also in considering issues of medical ethics, like the COVID-19 vaccines currently in distribution.

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The unethical testing of “ethical” COVID vaccines

By Sarah Quale Both Pfizer and Moderna have announced major milestones in the race to get a COVID-19 vaccine candidate to market. Almost all media outlets and pro-life groups are claiming both vaccines are ethical, even though aborted fetal cells were used to test them. This is wrong, and here’s why it matters.

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6 of 8 COVID-19 vaccines are unethical

By Deborah Stilt Operation Warp Speed, the aptly named fast-track program to bring a COVID-19 vaccine to market in the US, promises to turn the tide in the devastation brought on by the coronavirus. But 6 of the 8 current vaccine candidates are unethical, either because they were produced using aborted fetal cells, are being tested using aborted fetal cells, or both. It’s time for the pro-life movement to stand in unity to demand an end to the abhorrent practice of commodifying pre-born human beings.

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Vaccines in Colorado: Informed choice or forced mandate?

By Deborah Stilt — Under the guise of boosting school immunization rates, Colorado recently passed the Colorado Healthy Communities Act (SB20-163), which redefines vaccine exemptions and imposes new requirements on parents who choose not to vaccinate. As other states move in this direction, and as a COVID-19 vaccine nears, we must ask: How far can government mandate compliance without violating parents’ Constitutional rights? And what lies in store if citizens neglect to stand up for their rights?

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