the other responses were good and i didnt feel the need to elaborate really because of that. but im going back through the replies ive rcvd, and will take a minute now to fill in a bit on this one.
as for the pastor/evangelicals etc issue, @Saved-by-Grace 's answer is a good one. i have more to say about that issue myself. i was attending a church for a bit that i thought was great. they were not enforcing social distancing or masks or anything. most people didnt take any special precautions. the pastor and his wife always spoke to us like family and we took this all to mean that they didnt fall for the agenda. they shocked us when one day the pastor said in front of the congregation (months ago), “and they have vaccines coming, thats great!..” and just continued talking, so casually, about other things. we were stunned. i did confront the pastors wife a couple months later, apologizing for our disappearance, and i explained how we were spooked out of there. she said they are trying their best to research and understand whats going on, and that also they do not feel they have the right to tell people what to do with their bodies. reading her entire message, it occurred to me that these people are very kind, and simply dont know the truth. they were deceived by mainstream media and did not feel comfortable leading their flock on this one. but to say its “great” that vaccines were coming, was in my opinion too far to say if you really are trying NOT to influence our health decisions. it showed that they dont really know whats going on. so there can be a myriad of reasons why people in these powerful positions would promote the vax, and in my personal life, i saw that it was due to simple ignorance. their words to the congregation were not out of spiritual discernment or really knowing whats in the shots, or how they came about… it was all about being PC and like @Saved-by-Grace said, preventing offending their crowd. i like to think that if they knew the truth, they would not be promoting the vax. she refused to talk to me about it further, saying we need to call her husband the pastor. my husband and i felt, after a few days had passed, that it was pretty shallow for her to refuse to discuss ANYTHING through text, when clearly we both have great reading comprehension. they are not good spiritual leaders when it comes to this situation. so we just wont go there anymore.
i still think this family is trying to do right by God, but they dont know enough to lead us through this. and were immature in handling our concerns. cant stay there.
as for WWJD i think he would never ever ever accept something into his body that required the killing of a quite-formed baby in order to produce. think about this: If they report that the vaccine is what saved us, theyd also be able to say, “ABORTION MADE THIS POSSIBLE.” a huge part of this war is about abortion, and thats a load of a conversation in itself. theres no way im going to give that industry a leg. and Jesus wouldnt either, in my opinion.
no you didnt offend me. thank you for raising your questions and i wont be offended if there is more.