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Scott Alston

Scott Alston

  • I agree with John Degraw in some aspects. I do believe that a chip implanted under the skin, while not being the biblical "mark of the beast", would definitely be used in enforcing the mark of the beast. The Bible fortells of a time where mankind would not be able to participate in commerce unless they

    I agree with John Degraw in some aspects. I do believe that a chip implanted under the skin, while not being the biblical "mark of the beast", would definitely be used in enforcing the mark of the beast. The Bible fortells of a time where mankind would not be able to participate in commerce unless they have the mark. That mark is mandatory Sunday worship, as Sunday is the diametric opposite (1st day) of the biblical Sabbath (7th day). If you follow current events, you'll see two of the bigger religious sects (Catholicism and Evangelicals) push toward a mandatory day of worship. Roman Catholicism (and environmentalists) pushes it as a a day to give the Earth rest, while Evangelicals are pushing it as a weekly day of atonement for all the wickedness happening in society. Cool story, bro, but there should be a separation of church and state.