Jesus predicted that there would be “wars and rumors of wars” (Matthew 24:6) preceding or leading up to a severe outpouring of judgement, and even so there are now “vaccine passports and rumors of vaccine passports.” I am not opposed to medical treatments of this nature, as in vaccines, but I am opposed to coerced medical treatments. Coercing persons to insert foreign objects or substances into their own bodies violates human dignity. The person or government that claims the right to coerce persons to receive inoculations is essentially claiming ownership over the persons they coerce. A civil government that forces injections is a civil government that claims ownership over our bodies. They are attempting to enslave us.
Some are asking about religious exemptions for vaccines. We cannot say, “We at Trinity Bible Chapel are religiously opposed to vaccinations wholesale.” We can say, “We at Trinity Bible Chapel believe that individuals must obey their consciences on vaccinations.” Some might wonder if they can in good conscience claim a conscientious objection to these injections. Yes, they can. How so? There is reasonable evidence that the vaccines might cause harm (for example, see here and here). I am not saying they do definitely cause harm, and I am not saying persons should avoid the injections wholesale. I am saying that there are those among us who are convinced the injections do cause harm, and that is based on reasonable evidence. I am also concerned about the level of pressure being thrust upon people right now. My experience is that high-pressure sales-jobs are often snow jobs.
In any event, if someone is convinced that an act is harmful, then that individual must not carry out that act. The exception to that rule is when the Law of God mandates the act. The Law of God does not mandate vaccination. So, if an individual believes that vaccination is harmful, that person, in the interest of upholding the 6th Commandment, is conscientiously bound not to receive the vaccine.
Again, there is room for disagreement on the efficacy of vaccinations within the church. The choice rests on the individual. And the individual is bound to obey his conscience on the matter. If he, in his conscience, believes the vaccine is a source of harm, he is bound to uphold conscience.
For those whose consciences are bound not to be vaccinated, I have crafted the following statement in the event that a religious exemption is requested:
Whereas Christians are free (John 8:36, Galatians 5:1, 1 Peter 2:16); whereas Jesus Christ is Lord of the conscience (Romans 14:1-12); whereas human beings – body, soul, and conscience – bear the image of God (Genesis 1:27); and whereas Christ calls each person to render his body, soul, and conscience unto God (Matthew 22:21); we thereby believe that an individual who is opposed to being vaccinated, as informed by knowledge and conscience, is bound by the Lord Jesus to not be vaccinated, and we also thereby believe that all entities and persons must solemnly recognize the individual’s decision not to be vaccinated as God’s will. In short, a person who is conscientiously opposed to being vaccinated is bound by God not to be vaccinated. To do contrary to conscience is sin, and to attempt to coerce an individual to go against conscience is also sin.
In the event that an employer or superior is attempting to coerce an individual to be vaccinated, you should really consult a lawyer.