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MD Sees Vax Religious Exemption Best After Houston Hospital Reverses Mandate


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Methodist Hospital in Houston reversed its vaccination mandate for employees with a religious exemption after a demand letter from Liberty Counsel explaining fetal tissue is used in all three vaccines being used. “The Bible offers a stronger basis for refusing a vaccination than most preachers are seeing,” says Richard Ruhling, MD, MPH, Board-certified in Internal Medicine, taught Health Science at Loma Linda University.

Dr. Ruhling called Liberty Counsel and discovered they are back-logged with 15,000 requests--400 more daily for 7 attorneys. Their demand letter said that fetal tissue is used in making all three vaccines currently used. (WorldNetDaily.com) The vaccine mandate is their primary focus, and “may God bless them for Bible reasons,” says Ruhling.

One would think a medical exemption from an MD should be enough, but a judge ruled against a woman for custody of her child when he learned that she was not vaccinated in spite of "adverse reactions to vaccines in the past" and that a doctor advised her against getting the coronavirus vaccine. Yahoo News, Aug 30, 21.

Ruhling says “The Bible is a better basis of for religious exemption than church membership because most churches have caved to government pressures, perhaps worried about their tax-exempt status,” offering the following three examples of Bible information that fits our time.

1. All five of the references to “physicians” in the King James Bible have a negative context. A good example is from Luke, a physician, who should know. He tells of “a woman having an issue of blood twelve years, who had spent all her living upon physicians, neither could be healed of any,” Luke 8:43.

“This is a great timely example because women are having bleeding issues after the shot,” says Ruhling, citing an article by Yahoo News, Sep 7, 21, but why the delay from last spring when “Scientists world-wide are racing to understand why Covid-19 vaccines… are causing rare but potentially deadly blood clots.” Wall Street Journal, May 13, ’21. It’s not rare now—why were they hiding it?” asks Ruhling.

2. A second Bible reason for exemption is seen in the pool of Bethesda where “a great multitude of impotent folk, of blind, halt, withered, waited for the moving of the water.” It was a myth that an angel would stir the water and the first one into the pool would be healed. It was a bad situation, found in John 5.

“We have a pool of Bethesda now—Bethesda, Maryland is the home of National Institutes of Health our tax dollars are pooled to fund drug research with similar result to the great multitude of impotent folk, of blind, halt, withered waiting for news of a drug cure and then a stampede (with some getting hurt), when they could be better off with Hippocrates’ statement, “Let your food be your medicine,” says Ruhling.

“National Institutes of Health warned us of ADE (Antibody Dependent Enhancement) that most people never heard of, but it's the reason the vaccine trials failed--the lab animals died and we have been the focus of an the experiment with a vaccine that has not had FDA approval, but it’s justified because it’s an ‘emergency,’ says Ruhling. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32908214

When Christ was asked about the end of the world in Matthew 24, he urged an understanding of the book of Daniel. Daniel and his friends were willing to risk their lives for religious exemption, seen easiest in Daniel 3 where they wouldn’t bow to an image that represented the king’s government. They were thrown into the furnace, but spared by Christ as the king looked into the furnace and saw one “like the Son of God” with them, Daniel 3:25

Less obvious, Daniel and friends risked life by objecting to the king’s meat and wine, but they wisely appealed for a 10-day trial of a plant-based diet and were found better than the others in 10 days, Dan 1. “This suggests wisdom for opting out of government healthcare in our time,” says Ruhling, noting that a plant-based diet gave 568 healthcare workers with Covid a 73% less severity, https://nutrition.bmj.com/content/early/2021/05/18/bmjnph-2021-000272

“Since the CDC admits there has been only 0.1% fatality (mostly in people with pre-existing conditions) and we can get 73% less severity by wise eating, why should we risk an experimental shot that’s going to alter our immune system and bad results are already being seen?” asks Ruhling, citing a healthcare worker who saw 32 people die in a nursing home after the shot, reported by WorldNetDaily.com, 8-17-21

Ruhling says, “It takes a willingness to stand for our convictions to be worthy of the religious exemption and the Bible is ahead of us re pharmakeia (Greek word in Rev 18:23) that deceives the nations,” and a parallel to “The Truth About the Drug Companies; How They Deceive Us” by former editor the New England Journal of Medicine, Marcia Angell, MD.

For more information, readers may visit https://healthhappinessdestiny.com/blog-2/ where they can see an 8-minute introduction to a plant-based diet, including Cleveland Clinic Cardiologist, Dr. Esselstyn stating that many health conditions may be reversed without prescription drugs. If the reader likes the video, he/she can get a copy of the 88-minute dvd and Dr. Ruhling’s book, Health, Happiness & Destiny for a small donation. Both have 5-star reviews on Amazon.

 
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