Church Forbids New Vaccines
Citing the dangerous and unknown nature of RNA/DNA vaccines and their potential to permanently alter the genetic structure of humans, the Marcionite Christian Church has forbidden its members worldwide from receiving the vaccines for seven-years beginning August 1st, 2020.
The edict (Subitis Medicinae Edicto) issued by the Central Pontiate also bans participation in the use of nanovaccinology for a period of three-years as more is learned about the implications of the technology.
As a result of the edict, all members of the Marcionite Christian Church are now bound under and protected by a de facto Religious Vaccination Exemption as outlined and defined in the Subitis Medicinae Edicto for the years specified.
Download and print your name on the exemption form (.pdf) and then send it to the appropriate local, state and federal health agencies. It is important that you demand they acknowledge receipt of the exemption letter. You want correspondence from them stating they have received your exemption form whether they agree with it or not.
When authorities or the military arrive at your door you will produce our letter and the acknowledgement from the health department that received it. The Very First Bible paperback is also printed with the same church seal as found on your exemption letter should you feel the need to show it.
The Marcionite Christian Church, publisher of The Very First Bible (ISBN: 978-0-578-64159-1), was founded in 144 A.D. and is leading the religious counterattack against the Covid tyranny.
The Marcionite Christian Church also provides religious exemption forms for masks and Covid testing. We do not accept donations and you can not buy membership in the church.
You will receive the following:
* Exemption form in PDF format, password-protected with an embedded security watermark.
Registration with the Marcionite Christian Church entitling you to authorized use of the exemption provided by us.
* Church hotline printed on your exemption which may be used to verify your registration and eligibility. Church registration and exemption protection for up to ten (10) members of your family and friends.
* Print as many as you like (registration for up to ten people).
Some already do. But policies in place today can change tomorrow and they vary from state-to-state and country-to-country. If you require a special membership card or certificate/letter stating your exemption in writing contact our Outreach Director.
Our understanding is that DNA vaccines inject synthesized genes, altering the human genetic makeup forever in unknown ways. And the RNA vaccines have the potential to trigger autoimmune reactions wherein the body attacks itself. Permanently altering a perfect creation of God using the cover story of a virus like Covid, which is about as dangerous as the flu, is not a risk we're willing to take.
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K.6. If an employer requires vaccinations when they are available, how should it respond to an employee who indicates that he or she is unable to receive a COVID-19 vaccination because of a sincerely held religious practice or belief? (12/16/20)
Once an employer is on notice that an employee’s sincerely held religious belief, practice, or observance prevents the employee from receiving the vaccination, the employer must provide a reasonable accommodation for the religious belief, practice, or observance unless it would pose an undue hardship under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. Courts have defined “undue hardship” under Title VII as having more than a de minimis cost or burden on the employer. EEOC guidance explains that because the definition of religion is broad and protects beliefs, practices, and observances with which the employer may be unfamiliar, the employer should ordinarily assume that an employee’s request for religious accommodation is based on a sincerely held religious belief. If, however, an employee requests a religious accommodation, and an employer has an objective basis for questioning either the religious nature or the sincerity of a particular belief, practice, or observance, the employer would be justified in requesting additional supporting information.
K.7. What happens if an employer cannot exempt or provide a reasonable accommodation to an employee who cannot comply with a mandatory vaccine policy because of a disability or sincerely held religious practice or belief? (12/16/20)
If an employee cannot get vaccinated for COVID-19 because of a disability or sincerely held religious belief, practice, or observance, and there is no reasonable accommodation possible, then it would be lawful for the employer to exclude the employee from the workplace. This does not mean the employer may automatically terminate the worker. Employers will need to determine if any other rights apply under the EEO laws or other federal, state, and local authorities.