Teresa Neumann (February 15, 2010)

“As a Christian, I believe there is a time that Christ will come back to receive His people home, and that’s just the basis of what the Bible shows, and that there will be an antichrist that arises during that time, and those that remain, to buy or sell anything, they will have to take on this mark. I don’t know that it’s a microchip.” -Virginia Del. Charles W. Carrico Sr.

(Richmond, Virginia)—Virginia’s House of Delegates passed a bill last week that will protect Virginians from attempts by employers or insurance companies to implant microchips in their bodies against their will.

Said Del. Mark L. Cole, the sponsor of the bill: “My understanding—I’m not a theologian—but there’s a prophecy in the Bible that says you’ll have to receive a mark, or you can neither buy nor sell things in end times. Some people think these computer chips might be that mark. I just think you should have the right to control your own body.”

According to the report, several states, including Wisconsin and Georgia, have approved similar bans.

To read more about the bill and the debate it generated click on the link provided.

Source: Fredrick Kunkle, Rosalind S. Helderman – Washington Post


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