Evangelical leader urges embrace the “modern medicine” of the coronavirus vaccine.
Samaritan’s Purse president Rev. Franklin Graham said Monday on CNN’s “Situation Room” that evangelicals who are vaccine-hesitant should look to the healing ministry of Jesus as an example and embrace the “modern medicine” of the coronavirus vaccine.
Blitzer said, “I’m sure you saw that research survey that found that 45% of white evangelical Christians said they definitely or probably will not get vaccinated against COVID-19. So what’s your message to fellow evangelicals who are still hesitant to get this potentially life-saving vaccine?”
Graham said, “You know when Jesus started his ministry, he went about preaching, and he used his power as the Son of God to bring healing to people’s bodies. And he didn’t do it so they’d have a better life. He did it so they’d put their faith and trust in him as the Son of God. And as a Christian, I think it’s important that we model our ministry after that of Jesus Christ. We want to try to bring healing to people’s bodies, and we can do that through modern medicine. My grandfather was a surgeon in China. He went there in 1916 and brought modern medicine at that time to China and used his skills as a surgeon to save lives, and he did it in Jesus’s name.”
He added, “I think a lot of people are afraid to have something that’s just new. I thank God for vaccines.
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