A human microchip implant is an integrated circuit device, a RFID tag, encased in silicate glass and implanted into a human's body. Such implants are used for information storage, such as personal identification, medical history, medication allergies, and contact information. If the implant is GPS-enabled, it makes it possible for individuals to be physically located by latitude, longitude, speed, and direction of movement. Verichip is one of the devices used for this purpose. Advantages
Hospitals can gain access to medical history regardless of location by scanning one's implant chip. The speed at which this information can be attained may be vital to one's survival. Contrary to popular belief a chip that allows GPS tracking of individuals does not yet exist. Many news sources and websites have confused the issue implantable chip and wearable tracking devices. Theoretically, such a tracking function could aid authorities in locating missing persons, fugitives, etc The tracking function could also be used to identify criminals at the scene of a crime and as well as locating those who have fled the scene of the crime. Great potential to improve the lives of paralyzed individuals. Track people's movements and even their bank accounts with these chips is now being publicly acknowledged.
Potential threat with respect to invasion of privacy
Potential threat to religious liberty
Potential compromise to religious salvation
Ethical & Spiritual Issues
The Bible talks about the "Mark of the Beast" in Revelations 13:16-18, to be placed on one's forehead or wrist, and without them, you cannot buy or sell. One interpretation of these verses is that it may describe implant chips that could be used in a cashless society. Tracking devices and "credit chips" can be woven onto each piece of clothing, or even fitted into rings instead of inside bodies since some...