Intelligence test

The case for the UK’s suddenly catastrophic COVID response being led by the intelligence services (in cahoots with industry/NGOs) is well made here. To my mind, a perfect fit for what we know, which dovetails into pretty well every other mystery of those, and these, times.

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Training in medicine (which was my career), social psychology and theology. Interests in most things, but especially the science-faith interface. The rest of my time, though, is spent writing, playing and recording music.
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    • Avatar photo Jon Garvey says:

      Let’s suppose that Evangelical disagreement on the matter of abortion is legitimate (hard for me to do since I’ve been speaking against it since I argued with Professor Curzen as a medical student).

      There is, nevertheless, something at least insensitive to many believers about funding organ harvesting and chimera experiments on aborted fetuses, given the controversy especially in the USA.

      In fact I never dug very far into this aspect of Francis Collins’s career, but began to be very dubious about his bona fides though his support of Open Theism at BioLogos (to the point of appointing an Open Theist as the chief theological honcho there).

      The revelations about covering up the lab leak of COVID, and even more the dirty tricks against legitimate dissident scientists and doctors – some of them believers – clinches it for me. That is not theological disagreement, but unrepented malice.

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