Russian Orthodox Church Said that the QR Code Isn't the Mark of the Beast

"Whoever has been vaccinated, let him not condemn the person who has not been vaccinated, and whoever has not been vaccinated, let him not condemn the person who has been vaccinated. . ."

Editor's Note: The Russian Orthodox Church has remained neutral on the heated issue of Covid vaccinations and QR code mandates. However, many of the clergy, laity and even hierarchs have expressed great concern about the curtailment - especially - of religious freedoms due to tyrannical "health" policies. The Church's official position on the subject, it must be noted, says nothing about the possibility of this being a precursor to the Mark itself.


The secretary of the Krasnoyarsk Eparchy of the Russian Orthodox Church, Abbot Innokenty Nilov stated that QR codes are not the seals of anti-Christ and do not testify about the closeness of the end of the world.

"One can unambiguously answer this question this way: the QR code is certainly not the biblical seal of the Antichrist, of which the holy evangelist John the Evangelist warned us all, who spoke about the mark of the beast on the forehead and right hand," he said, noting that everything that happens is coming to an end.

The Abbot also said that the faithful are questioning whether they should be vaccinated against the coronavirus.

"Whoever has been vaccinated, let him not condemn the person who has not been vaccinated, and whoever has not been vaccinated, let him not condemn the person who has been vaccinated," the priest added.


Source: business-gazeta.ru (Russian)

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