Opinion by Kent Heckenlively, JD
Is the willingness to challenge authority in the genes?
I tend to believe it is. Family legend holds that my ancestor is the central figure behind the Reformation, Martin Luther, who successfully challenged the more than a thousand years of control by the Catholic Church. Supposedly that information is contained in the records of the Mormon Church. So, does that mean that since the 1500s my family have all been good Lutherans?
What I can confirm is that there are several generations of ministers and reverends in my family, with the final member belonging to an obscure branch of Lutheranism called the New Pietist movement in the late 1800s. So you see, while each generation was strongly religious, they kept switching denominations. They weren’t satisfied with the previous generation’s answers.
Maybe the restlessness is in the blood…
Now, more than five hundred years after my supposed ancestor nailed his 95 questions to the Catholic Church on the door of Wittenberg Castle Church on October 31, 1517, I may be doing something just as revolutionary with the upcoming publication of my new book with Dr. Judy Mikovits, PLAGUE OF CORRUPTION, on April 14, 2020.
By publishing the Bible in the language of the common people, Luther took religion out of the hands of the corrupt priests and let the people draw their own conclusions about the Word of God. In PLAGUE OF CORRUPTION I’m taking science out of the hands of the scientists and explaining what they’ve REALLY been doing in their labs.
In the book I am telling a counter-narrative, that people like Dr. Tony Fauci, head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and Dr. Francis Collins, head of the National Institutes of Health, are the witting or unwitting ringmasters of this horrible debacle known as to Corona Virus pandemic.