First and foremost I am a Bible believing Christian. Next, I am a wife and mom of 3. I graduated from the University of Alabama in 2002 with a Bachelor’s in Finance and a minor in Economics. Fresh out of college I worked for Merrill Lynch, but after our first son was born I leaped at the opportunity to be a stay at home mom.  Now that my children are all in school, I have the extra time to devote to my favorite pass time, which is research.

My political views can be described as conservative/libertarian.

Vaccination Views:

I believe in the unfettered right of the US citizen to true vaccine informed consent.

I believe that currently, vaccine risk information is censored from the public, while vaccine benefit is overstated.

I believe that mandatory vaccination laws violate the Nuremberg Code- the landmark document in medical and research ethics of 1947.

Doctrinal Views:

I believe in the inerrancy of the Bible in its original autographs.

I believe in the Trinity- the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.

I believe in the full deity of Jesus Christ who always was and still is, that He was conceived of the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary and that He possesses both a divine and human nature both distinct and unmixed. I believe that Jesus died for the sins of all men, that He was buried, and that He rose on the 3rd day.

I am a creation literalist, meaning that I believe the earth and universe were created in 6 literal 24-hour days as described in Genesis.

I believe man was created in the image of God.

I believe that salvation is wholly a work of God’s free grace and that those who have received it will exhibit evidence of it by bearing “good fruit.”

I believe Israel are the physical descendants of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob and that God will fulfill His promises to them in a literal way.

I believe the Church is the body and bride of Christ, composed of both Jewish and Gentile believers, that is separate from Israel.

I believe that marriage is defined exclusively as between one man and one woman.