FRANCIS COLLINS WAS ABLE TO PERSUADE MANY EVANGELICALS OF HIS COMMITTED FAITH IN JESUS DESPITE HIS WORK OBAMA ADMIN,PUSHING COVID AND VAX NARRATIVES, AND HIS POWERFULLY DECEPTIVE BIOLOGOS PUSH TO MERGE SCIENCE AND FAITH AND PROMOTE INTERFAITH ERRORS. BUT THERE IS MUCH MORE TO COLLINS COMPROMISE.
Rev Thomas Littleton
It has become desperately important for true Christians to become more discerning about mainstream leaders who profess to be evangelical /Christian and wield significant influence over the church and how it views international politics and policies . With UN Global Goals, Going Green and Diversity Equity and Inclusion driving much of today’s policy shifts .
With the 2020 Pandemic setting up the world for the Great Reset and digital currency still no area of concern for Christian discernment is more vital than global healthcare and who has the primary voices of influence over Bible believing Christians. Collins had certainly risen to the top position in this realm.
COLLINS AND NIH
(From Collins NIH retirement announcement. Note he was appointed by Obama and played a major role in the Covid Pandemic and vaccine narratives- in particular using his influence to try and persuade Christians to support both . He stepped down after emails and reports of “burner phones” and private ,complicit conversations with Fauci and others politicizing the pandemic surfaced. Collins is now disgraced among those who assess the facts and background now in the open. )
“Francis S. Collins, M.D., Ph.D., is stepping down as NIH director on December 19, 2021, after more than 12 years at the helm. A physician-geneticist, Dr. Collins took office as the 16th NIH director on August 17, 2009, after being appointed by President Barack Obama and confirmed by the U.S. Senate. In 2017, he was asked to continue in his role by President Donald Trump, and in 2021, by President Joe Biden. The longest serving presidentially appointed NIH Director, Dr. Collins’ impact on biomedical research and the health of the nation is difficult to overstate. From launching the Brain Research Through Advancing Innovative Technologies (BRAIN) Initiative to spearheading NIH’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Collins has steered the country’s largest medical research agency with a calm hand, a scientific mind, and a deep commitment to the well-being of all Americans.”
COLLINS AND PLANNED PARENTHOOD THINK TANK GUTTMACHER INSTITUTE
GUTTMACHER INSTITUTE-S PLANNED PARENTHOOD AND EUGENICS NAMESAKE AND ORIGINS
“Alan Frank Guttmacher (19 May 1898 – 18 March 1974) was an American obstetrician/gynecologist. He served as president of Planned Parenthood and vice-president of the American Eugenics Society. Guttmacher founded the American Association of Planned Parenthood Physicians, now known as the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals, as a forum for physicians to discuss the birth control pill and other advances in the field. He founded the Association for the Study of Abortion in 1964. He was a member of the Association for Voluntary Sterilization. The Guttmacher Institute is named after him.”
In 1973, Guttmacher was one of the signers of the Humanist Manifesto II.
“The Guttmacher Institute is a research and policy NGO that aims to improve sexual and reproductive health and rights worldwide. This research organization was started in 1968 and works to study, educate, and advance sexual and reproductive health and rights. The organization works mainly in the United States but also focuses on developing countries. Founded as part of Planned Parenthood, the Guttmacher Institute became independent from Planned Parenthood in 2007.”
“The Guttmacher Institute uses studies to help support policy making and program reform. The institute is named after obstetrician -gynecologist and former president of Planned Parenthood Allen F Guttmacher .The Guttmacher Institute has many sources of funding nationally and internationally. One of the institute’s biggest projects is keeping a running list of the reproductive health laws and policies throughout the United States”
COLLINS WORK WITH GUTTMACHER’S NEPHEW ALAN E GUTTMACHER
In 2010 Francis Collins appointed Alan E Guttmacher to head NIH organization Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.
It’s official, Alan Guttmacher appointed NICHD Director
“Guttmacher has been serving as acting director since December 2009”
“On July 22, National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director Francis Collins appointed Alan Guttmacher to lead the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD). He has been serving as acting director since December 2009. A pediatrician and geneticist by training, he began his career as a middle school teacher where he developed an interest in the origins and treatment of pediatric learning disorders. Guttmacher began his NIH career at the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) as a special assistant to the director, where he initially worked with Francis Collins. He became deputy director in 2002 and acting director in 2008.”
COLLINS WORK WIUTH ALAN E GUTTMACHER INCLUDED THE GENENOME PROJECT
“In 2003, Guttmacher and the NHGRI’s then director, Dr. Francis S Collins , co-edited a series about the application of advances in genomics to medical care for The New England Journal of Medicine, entitled Genomic Medicine.”
“On August 2, 2008, Guttmacher assumed the role of Acting Director of NHGRI, while continuing to serve as NHGRI’s Deputy Director, a position he had held since 2002”
GUTTMACHER NEPHEW COLLINS ASSOCIATION AND INHUMANE SUPPORT ” STUDIES IN PREMATURE INFANTS CONTROVERSY
NOTE : THIS “RESEARCH ” TOOK PLACE FROM 2006-TO 2009 -COLLINS WAS HEAD OF NIH FROM AUGUST 2009 .
(SOURCE ON RELATIONSHIP AND CONTROVERSY-TEXAS RIGHT TO LIFE EXPOSED IN 2014 )
“The nephew of a famous eugenics proponent is embroiled in controversy over the radically inhuman study that led to the deaths or permanent disability of many children born extremely premature. Alan E. Guttmacher, nephew of famous eugenicist and abortion proponent Alan F. Guttmacher, heads the National Institutes of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) at the National Institutes of Health, a federal agency which is part of the Department of Health and Human Services. From 2006-2009, the NICHD conducted research which they called SUPPORT (Surfactant, Positive Airway Pressure, and Pulse Oximetry Randomized Trial). The trial essentially manipulated the oxygen levels of the premature infants to record the babies’ reactions.”
“The government-backed study in question was called “SUPPORT.” It was conducted from 2006 to 2009 on 1,316 extremely premature infants at 23 academic institutions under the National Institutes of Health, which is part of the Department of Health and Human Services. (
Controversy surfaced in March 2013 when the government’s own ethics body, the Office of Human Research Protections, dropped a bombshell.
The ethics office found the federal study’s consent forms violated government rules designed to protect human research subjects. According to OHRP, the consent forms “failed to describe the reasonably foreseeable risks of blindness, neurological damage and death” to babies in the study.
Alan E. Guttmacher was not the director of the NICHD at the time of the trial, but as current director he must face the brunt of the questioning and scrutiny. He brushes off any notion of wrong-doing on his agency’s part, saying:
“We stand by this study as it was conducted and look for ways to do research even better, if there is a better way to do it, in the future.“
GUTTMACHER RESIGNED IN 2015 – COLLINS GAVE HIM A HEARTY SEND OFF
“Alan possesses a rare combination of brilliance, impeccable scientific acumen, a lightning-quick wit, and an inspiring sense of humanity. I am truly sorry to see him retire from the NIH, but I am deeply grateful for his enormous contributions to this agency and to advancing medical research. He now plans to return to the Green Mountain State – no doubt hoping for some peace and quiet. Little does he know that I will continue to call on his wisdom, expertise, and counsel!
Alan possesses a rare combination of brilliance, impeccable scientific acumen, a lightning-quick wit, and an inspiring sense of humanity. I am truly sorry to see him retire from the NIH, but I am deeply grateful for his enormous contributions to this agency and to advancing medical research. He now plans to return to the Green Mountain State – no doubt hoping for some peace and quiet. Little does he know that I will continue to call on his wisdom, expertise, and counsel!
Following Alan’s departure and while we conduct a national search for a new NICHD Director, Catherine Spong, M.D., will serve as Acting Director. Currently the NICHD Deputy Director, Dr. Spong has held a number of leadership positions at the NICHD, including the director of extramural research and chief of the pregnancy and perinatology branch. Cathy is an internationally recognized researcher, with more than 200 publications, and has a deep knowledge of the NICHD, having joined the agency as a Fellow 20 years ago. I deeply appreciate her willingness to lead the Institute in this transition period.
I want to congratulate Alan on his extraordinary career at the NIH, thank him for all he’s done, and wish him the very best as he heads back home.”
“Francis S. Collins, M.D., Ph.D.
Director, National Institutes of Health”
GUTTMACHERS SEND GREETINGS TO COLLINS ON HIS RESIGNATION IN 2021
National Institutes of Health (NIH) “Alan Guttmacher, former Director, Eunice Kennedy Shriver Institute of Child Health and Human Development, and his wife Brigid, thank Dr. Francis Collins for his dedication and years of service as Director of the National Institutes of Health.”
COLLINS GUTTMACHER CO-WORKERS OTHER WORK WITH NIH CITED BY NY TIMES INTERVIEW WITH NATIONAL PARTNERSHIP FOR WOMEN AND FAMILIES .
New York Times Features Interview with NICHD Director Guttmacher on Contraceptive Research, Other Topics
“April 27, 2010 – The New York Times on Tuesday included an interview with National Institute of Child Health and Human Development acting Director Alan Guttmacher, a geneticist and pediatrician who is the nephew of Guttmacher Institute founder Alan Guttmacher.
“In the Times interview, Guttmacher said that the family name “does stand for something,” adding that he “finds that people know the name primarily because” of the Guttmacher Institute’s work. He said advocates on both sides of the abortion-rights debate “tend to use [the institute’s] data as the reliable data,” so his appointment to the agency was “less controversial than some might think.”
“Guttmacher also discussed NICHD’s research on contraception and infertility. He said NICHD’s funding for reproductive health research totaled more than $254 million in 2009. He added that the agency has been “supporting a number of studies on the basic biology of ovulation,” which “may lead to knowledge about why it sometimes fails to take place.” The agency also is funding studies on contraception for men, including research “targeting ion channels to interfere with sperm motility,” Guttmacher said. Other research is focused on “temporarily shutting down sperm production in the testes” and “attempting to interfere with the sperm’s ability to find the egg,” he added (Dreifus, New York Times, 4/27).”
COLLINS /NIH GUTTMACHER INSTITUTE FUNDING IN 2013
“In 2013, it was awarded a Population Center grant by the US National Institutes of Health in support of the Guttmacher Center for Population Research Innovation and Dissemination. In 2011 and 2013, the institute was named the number one organization in the field of reproductive health by Philanthropedia”
Guttmacher Center for Population Research Innovation and Dissemination-
“With this support, the Center will enhance the Institute’s dissemination capabilities to serve and educate both researchers in the field and the general public, expand and formalize training and development activities for the Institute’s own researchers, and build collaborations with colleague organizations. “
With 33 population scientists, the Center enhances the Institute’s capabilities to serve fertility and reproductive health researchers and educate the general public.
“The Guttmacher Center for Population Research Innovation and Dissemination enhances the Institute’s capabilities to serve researchers in the field as well as educate the general public, expand and formalize training and development activities for the Institute’s own researchers, and build collaborations with colleague organizations. The Center includes population scientists from the disciplines of demography, sociology, and public health, along with policy and communications affiliates.”
“The signature theme of the Center is fertility and reproductive health; Center affiliates have collectively made extensive contributions to and published in this area of study, including work on fertility preferences, pregnancy intentions and outcomes; sexual behavior, contraceptive use and contraceptive services; and adolescent sexual and reproductive health. Thematic issue teams and a seminar series in which Center affiliates solicit feedback on their ongoing research, as well as collaborations with the World Health Organization, the African Population Health and Research Center (Nairobi, Kenya), Johns Hopkins University and others, support the Institute’s research objectives and the work of Center affiliates. The Center is also a member of APLIC.”
New Family Planning Investment Impact Calculator
“Meeting people’s contraceptive needs benefits individuals, families and societies. The Guttmacher Institute’s new Family Planning Investment Impact Calculator is a new interactive, web-based tool designed to help policymakers, donors and advocates estimate the health benefits of investing in family planning services in 132 low- and middle-income countries.”
COLLINS AND WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM
Collins has worked with Global ist Organization WEF pushing the Covid 19 narratives and which is now promoting digital currency and The Great Reset.
Collins has a WEF biography page
And in 2017 led a WEF DAVOS discussion on the Future of Health Care
World Economic Forum http://www.weforum.org/ ” Join Atul Gawande, renowned surgeon and author of Being Mortal, and Francis Collins, celebrated geneticist and science policy leader, on the future of healthcare leadership and biomedical research. – Francis S. Collins, Director, National Institutes of Health, USA – Atul Gawande, Executive Director, Ariadne Labs; Surgeon, Brigham and Women’s Healthcare, USA”
COLLINS AND COVID NARRATIVE AND VAX
“Francis Collins now former head of NIH founded Bio Logos Foundation in 2007 to “further conversations” about resolving the conflicts of Christian Faith with modern “science” by focusing on a merger of Faith and Science at the alters of theistic evolution. According to a 2014 article Bio Logos had by that time reached an annual budget of over $9 million dollars and was promoting over 37 distinct projects ” in the United States and worldwide to help bridge the gap between traditional Christian beliefs on Intelligent Design and modern theories of evolution”
COLLINS AND BIDEN ADMINISTRATION
“On October 5, 2021, Collins announced that he would resign as NIH director by the end of the year. Four months later in February 2022, he joined the Cabinet of President Joe Biden as Acting Science Advisor to the President . “
So he is still in the GAME of politics and healthcare .
Collins is a Biden Administration Science Advisor .
“Very good discussion with Francis Collins, @POTUS ’ Science Advisor, about @WHO ’s commitment to evidence based decision making and scientific rigor.”
BIOLOGOS /COLLINS AND EVANGELICALS
Bio Logos is just part of the an extensive interfaith and religion effort of the Templeton Foundation who administers some $150 million dollars annually (by 2016) and awards “the annual Templeton Prize for achievements in the field of spirituality, including those at the intersection of science and religion.”
Collins is also taking aim at Christian Education with curriculum and his BioLogos theistic Evolution and Interfaith ERRORS and the dirty funding behind them .
Conservative Christians want to believe there are godly men and women in key positions of power and government. God does place some people in such places to be entrusted with His purposes and His people. The Bible has a significant history of people whom God has used in this way. These people must have the utmost integrity- be honest and be committed to God’s cause and place no price on compromise of it. God has such people – Francis Collins is NOT ONE OF THEM.