Ep.55 Vaccine or Naw

The No Negations Podcast Show Notes


Episode 55 – Vaccine or Naw

[00:27] – Welcome to the podcast

[04:20] – Views expressed are based on research, scripture, and opinions. Consult your physician.

[05:24] – Christian arguments against the Covid vaccine.

[07:50] – MRC-5 in the flu vaccine.

[10:15] – Vaccines containing MRC-5

[15:25] – Stepping out on faith, “my people are destroyed from lack of knowledge” (Hosea 4:6)

[16:08] – Compromised immune system and vitamin D deficiency.

[17:49] – CDC Covid-19 Survival Rates

[18:55] – Faith in God’s provision for knowledge, physicians, and our immune system.

[19:06] – Asa did not seek help from the Lord, but only from the physicians (2 Chronicles 16:10-14)

[19:25] – Faith as small as a mustard seed (Matthew 17:20)

[19:40] – Does 1 Timothy 5:22 apply when taking vaccines containing MRC-5?

[22:09] – Being dogmatic about others choice concerning receiving or refusing the vaccine.

[23:50] – Find out your vitamin D level from your physician. Vitamin D app “dminder”

[25:08] – Do your personal research, build your immune system, pray, and fast (Mark 9:29)

[26:16] – 18 years of getting the flu shot.

[27:48] – Make your decision on the vaccine based on your body, God’s word, and your faith.

[28:45] – How to address those who believe not taking the vaccine is endangering others health?

[30:15] – Vaccine mandates

[34:00] – Vitamin D is a fat soluble.

[34:35] – Our body is the temple of the Holy Spirit (1 Corinthians 6:19-20)

[34:50] – Exercise helps the immune system.

[37:45] – Do your research, make the best decision for you, pray, and meditate on taking the vaccine.


[39:38] – Take away.


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