Google Director’s Push To Create INHUMANS Is ‘Anti-Christ,’ Theologians Explain
Google’s director of engineering is saying implanting computers “inside our brains” is upon us, words theologians and Christian bioethicists consider a “slap in the face” to Christ and would result in horrific human rights violations […]
Fay Voshell, an award-winning theologian who earned her Masters of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary and writes regularly for The American Thinker, said that these tech honchos would have an outrageous level of control over humanity should this ever happen.
“A technological elite comprised of demi-gods who decide how the rest of us think and act by programming us may well result in abuse and deformations as severe as those depicted in The Island of Dr. Moreau or Frankenstein,” Voshell said in a CP interview Thursday. “What tech geniuses would like to insert dumb chips into the neo cortexes of people, making them subhuman slaves?” she asked. Human beings, then, Voshell said, are thus “programmed machines,” pawns in a globalist vision of total equality in a “universal and homogenous state.”
This transhumanism — a subject about which Kurzweil has authored books — amounts to “a total erasure of our God-given and unique human identities,” she contended.