Updated 10/4/2021

I am opposed to taking the Covid-19 vaccines. As a Christian and an ordained minister, I believe that the Covid-19 vaccines violate God's will as revealed in the Bible. The Bible clearly teaches human beings are made in the image of God (Genesis 1:26) and thus human life is sacred. The Bible also teaches that human life begins at conception (Psalm 139:13-16). Any vaccine that uses fetal cell lines to produce and manufacture the vaccine I oppose. They are dependent upon the cells of murdered babies which I believe is forbidden by God. This would apply to the Johnson and Johnson vaccine only.

Genesis 1:26 teaches that God created human beings in the image of God. This means that human life is sacred and God created the human body and its human immune system to function as he created it. All the current Covid-19 vaccines are not like the traditional vaccines which inserted into the human body a weakened form of the virus and activated the immune system to function as God created it to function. The "new technology" of the Covid-19 vaccines insert genetic code instructions into the cell to direct it to make spike proteins. This interferes with the function of the human immune system. God's intent was for the DNA within a person's body in a cell nucleus to give genetic code instructions not anything outside the cell. Therefore, I believe it is against God's will for humanity.

This is my sincerely held belief which prevents me from taking the Covid-19 vaccines.

Sincerely in Christ,

Rev. Ron Jones, D.D.

President, The Titus Institute

What I Believe about Fetal Cell Lines and Vaccines

Download a Clergy Statement with Documentation.

Download the documentation for interference in the function of the immune system

GAVI Video Referred to in Documentation = Four Types of Vaccines (First Two are Traditional Non-C19 Vaccines and Last Two are C19 Vaccines) 4:10 min

The Religious Exemption Process Explained

The Difference Between a Clergy Statement and a Clergy Letter

A clergy statement is a general statement published by a clergy member demonstrating their Biblical position on the Covid-91 vaccines. It confirms that that your religious beliefs are valid Christian beliefs.

It can be downloaded at the above link.

A clergy letter is a letter by a clergy member with your name on it which confirms your religious beliefs.

You can download a clergy statement at the above link and attach it to your religious exemption request whether it is requested by the employer or not.

You should not request a clergy letter and turn one in unless your employer requests it.

If your employer requests a clergy letter, then send an email request with a copy of the employer instruction to get a clergy letter to Rev. Jones.


If you use a clergy statement or letter, your religious beliefs that you put in your request or employer form must match the clergy statement or letter as stated at the top of this page.

Step 1: Request a Religious Exemption from your Employer

As soon as your employer notifies you that they will be mandating the Covid19 vaccines, you need to immediately request a religious exemption from the HR department. The HR department will either give you a form to fill out or ask you to write a personal letter stating your religious beliefs and how or why the Covid19 vaccines violate your religious beliefs.

Step 2:Fill Out the Religious Exemption Request Form from your Employer or write a Personal Letter.

According to the ADA law, the religious beliefs you describe must be sincerely held religious beliefs. This means that you must understand them and be able to articulate them verbally or in writing.

No political beliefs should be on the form or in the personal letter. For example do not write a "I think it is wrong to mandate the vaccines." This form or letter is for religious beliefs only.

No safety issues about the vaccines should be put on the form or in the letter. For example, "I believe that the Covid19 vaccines conatin chemicals that are injurious to the human body."

If you want to use my clergy letter, we must share the same religious beliefs about the Covid19 vaccines. My clergy letter addresses my religious beliefs, not just any beliefs because I want to make sure they are Biblically sound. So, our beliefs from the Bible must match when you turn in your personal statement and my clergy letter. If you want to add your own additional reasons in your personal letter that is up to you, but I do not recommend it.

Suggestions on how to fill out the Form or what to put in your personal letter

Your form or personal letter and my clergy letter must match.

How To Fill Out the Religious Exemption Form or Personal Statement for Your Employer

Step 3:Download a Clergy Statement or Request a Clergy Letter from Rev. Ron Jones (Email Address in Blue Box Below)

You can download a clergy statement from the above link

If your employer requests a clergy letter, then send an email request with a copy of the employer instruction to get a clergy letter to Rev. Jones.

He will email you a form to sign and return

When he receives the signed form, he will email you a clergy letter.

If you need a clergy letter and you are a week away from your deadline and you have not heard from him, you must DM him on Instagram (@rjtitusinstitute). He has so many emails, he might not get to your email in time. If you DM him, he will respond in a timely manner.

What about obtaining a clergy letter for children?

Due to the volume of requests, I cannot give parental letters for minor children. However, use your clergy letter and exercise your your parental rights for your minor children. For minor children, it is not your children's religious beliefs that is causing you to keep them from receiving the Covid19 vaccines, but yours.

God has given authority to the parents alone to choose whether their children should receive the Covid Vaccines. Ephesians 6:1 says, "Children, obey your parents in the Lord, for this is right." And Colossians 3:20 says, "Children, obey your parents in everything, for this pleases the Lord." This clearly establishes the authority God has given to parents for the health and welfare of their children. This means we as parents have the God-given responsibility to take care of the health of the bodies of our children and no one may interfere with that authority and responsibility.


EEOC Religious Exemption for Vaccination Mandates

Acccording to the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, you have a right to ask for a religious exemption if you are mandated by your company to get a vaccine and you have a sincerely held religious belief that prevents you from taking it. This applies to ALL STATES.


EEOC Employer Limits

The EEOC also explains that an employer cannot reject an employee's religious exemption request based "on their disagreement with an employee's belief; their opinion that the belief is unfounded, illogical, or inconsistent in some way; or their conclusion that an employee's belief is not an official tenet or endorsed teaching of any particular religion or denomination."


Religious Exemptions Denials - What To Do


Religious Exemptions for Vaccine Mandates in Public Places

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