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Testing Anthony Patch's Mark of the Beast Teaching

Evangelical Outreach
April 19, 2022
WASHINGTON, Penn., April 19, 2022 /Christian Newswire/ -- The following is submitted by Dan Corner of Evangelical Outreach:

    Anthony Patch describes himself on his own website as an: author, researcher, educator and speaker; in fact, he made the following declaration:

      I am your researcher and reporter. I hope to inspire critical thinking. Thinking that is clear, rational, open-minded, and informed by evidence. Here, we engage in the mental processes of actively and skillfully conceptualizing, applying, analyzing, synthesizing, and evaluating information in order to reach answers or conclusions. (https://anthonypatch.com/)

    What Anthony Patch has openly taught about the SARS-CoV-2 injection being the mark of the beast has resulted in this scriptural "critical thinking." The following are two excerpts of what Patch has verbally stated:

      Our position is: that with the very first injection a person has taken the mark of the beast. Therefore, there is - they are no longer redeemable. They are unredeemable, as you'd say. They can not be redeemed. Now, I must back that up very quickly by saying I don't know the mind of God. My view point is they are not redeemable, but God may view it differently because he knows the heart of each individual; and the question that would be added to your question Lisa would be the question as to whether the person taking the vaccine knew that it was the mark of the beast or not, because the question of redemption is specific to the mark of the beast. (https://www.evangelicaloutreach.org/audio/anthony-patch-motb-1.mp3)

    God makes it very clear that anyone who takes the mark is no longer found in the book of life. I think that says they are unredeemable. OK? (https://www.evangelicaloutreach.org/audio/anthony-patch-motb-2.mp3)

    "Test Everything. Hold on to the Good" (1 Thess. 5:21)

    1. How could the injection (wrongly called a 'vaccine') actually be the infamous mark of the beast (MOTB) - Rev. 13:16,17, which is needed to "buy or sell," since people who have wisely never received the injection can still buy or sell, as of now in April 2022? That point is the one chief way to recognize with certainty the MOTB. Again, the real mark of the beast excludes or grants the buying/selling "privilege."
    2. Another important detail concerning the mark of the beast is the actual location of the mark of the beast - the right hand or forehead. Patch has to spiritualize the right hand and forehead to enable his claim that the hypodermic needle injection that has been rolled out is the actual mark of the beast.

      The Greek term for "mark", as in mark of the beast, is CHARAGMA, stemming from the base root CHARAX, which means: pointed stick or stake. A close-up magnification of the future microneedle nano patch vaccine, which places a quantum dot tattoo on the body at the same time and spot of that vaccine, shows the tiny needles of the vaccine patch to be pointed sticks, precisely as scripture states! That design powerfully fits and conforms to the "mark" of Revelation 13:16,17.

      We know that the mark, produced by the snake-fang design of the nano patch microneedles - the mark of the beast, is not out yet as of April 2022. So, if the mark of the beast is not out yet, just what is this injection? The injection is the beast technology, which is distinguishable from the actual mark of the beast itself, since one can "buy or sell" without that beast technology injected into them.
    3. To view the location of the mark of the beast as literal (on the right hand or forehead) also causes problems for Anthony Patch and his devotees. Why? Because some have taken the injection in the left arm and no one had the injection in their forehead.

    Anthony Patch Wants It Both Ways

    The scriptures are dogmatically clear that anyone who has taken the mark of the beast will go to the lake of fire and be tormented forever (Rev. 14:9-12). There is no ambiguity about that passage. Also, those who do enter God's kingdom during that time of severe testing have been victorious over the mark of the beast - by refusing to take it and choosing the only other option left to them: martyrdom and decapitation (Rev. 6:9; 15:2; 20:4). That was necessary in order to remain faithful to Jesus (Rev. 13:10) and hold on to their crown of life (Rev. 3:11; James 1:12) to gain an entry into PARADISE (Rev. 2:7; 2:10,11).

    The word of God is the mind of God - his thoughts (Isa. 55:8-11). We know God's mind, his will and his ways from scripture. What is revealed in scripture leaves no wiggle room for someone who has received the real mark of the beast to be redeemable, as Patch (and others) say is a possibility.

    Those Who Lacked The Knowledge

    Patch hinges the possible redemption of a person who has received the mark of the beast on whether he lacked knowledge or not. According to Patch, if the recipient does lack knowledge, then God might take such ignorance into consideration, but is Patch's assertion scripturally valid? Consider the following:

    Is a remarried person (whose legitimate, covenant spouse is still alive) committing adultery even if he doesn't know it is adultery? The answer is yes, based on Mark 10:11,12; Lk. 16:18; Rom. 7:2,3 and other verses. His lack of knowledge does not negate his adultery.

    Is a person, who is committing idolatry by bowing before and kissing images or praying to angels, saints or Mary, exempt from the label and consequences of idolatry merely because he doesn't realize such actions are a form of worship and, therefore, idolatrous (1 Kings 19:18; Mt. 6:6,7)? Does his lack of knowledge protect him from that destructive sin (Rev. 21:8)? No. He is still an idolater.

    Will the lukewarm get vomited out of the body of Christ, as Christ promised [threatened] even if they don't know that they are lukewarm or what will happen if they don't repent (Rev. 3:16)? Yes, they will.

    Will the fruitless get cut off from the body of Christ, even if they don't know they are fruitless or that they will be thrown into the fire afterwards (Jn. 15:1-6)? Again, yes.

    Will those involved in the occult, homosexuality or greed perish, unless they repent, even if they are oblivious to the danger of their sins (1 Cor. 6:9-11; Rev. 21:8)? Yes, it is as the Bible says.

    Is lust in the heart still adultery and greed still idolatry, even if the offenders don't know it (Mt. 5:28,29; Col. 3:5)? Once again, yes.

    Must one endure to the end to be saved, even if people don't know they must do so in order to enter heaven (Mt. 10:22; Heb. 3:14; Rev. 2:10-11; Gal. 6:8-9; Luke 13:24)?

    Yes. Are people "destroyed" from lack of knowledge (Hosea 4:6)? Yes, they are.

    How about the multitudes who are on the road to hell, but don't know they are going to hell? Does their lack of knowledge spare them of that fiery danger? No.

    The clarity of ignorance not being a type of spiritual safety shield is clear. All who do receive the mark of the beast will be deceived (Rev.13:14; 19:20), yet their deception from lack of knowledge does not spare them from the lake of fire (Rev. 14:9-12).

    In Conclusion

    Anthony Patch has disturbed many by his teachings declaring that the injected have already received the MOTB. While they did receive that immune-destroying, DNA-altering HORRIBLE technology into their bodies, they did NOT receive the MOTB of Rev. 13:16-17. If they had received the mark, then they would be irrevocably doomed and without hope of Paradise.

    NOTE: the pre trib rapture teaching is unscriptural though many still believe it. To embrace Patch's view is to automatically dismiss the pre trib rapture dogma, since the saints are supposed to be raptured out of here before the mark of the beast even comes on the scene.

SOURCE Evangelical Outreach

CONTACT: Dan Corner, 724-632-3210