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A report says it is feasible that the USPS could gradually roll out biometric data collection to the 4,800 offices that are involved in that program today.

The following report is by Biometric Update:

A logical idea in the U.S. to get more people enrolled in a trusted digital ID program has become proposed legislation.

The history of biometric identification in the United States has been one of half-measures, programs created by individual states and isolated agency efforts. Whether it is the result of national leaders accepting the technology or its need, the legislation could result in greater digital security for ordinary Americans.

A more strategic digital ID bill, also introduced this year, would overlie the new legislation, which is more about service delivery.

The new bill, introduced by Sens. Ron Wyden, D-Oregon, and Bill Cassidy, R-Louisiana, has only just been introduced and its fate is anyone’s guess. Postal Service officials have sometimes proved resistant to security upgrades even downstream from breaches of its systems.

It already has one apparently enthusiastic backer. Jeremy Grant, an attorney and the coordinator of the Better ID Coalition, said in a written statement that he is “thrilled” with the legislation.

Enterprise identity vendor Okta‘s head of federal affairs, Michael Clauser, also issued a statement, saying that the bill would “unlock a trusted new option for in-person identity verification in an age of deepfakes and AI-driven identity fraud.”

It is important to note that the Post Office Services for Trustworthy Identity Act would only give the postal service – the most trusted unit of the federal government – permission to create an in-person program.

But if officials choose to create the service, the act would allow the U.S. postmaster general, who owns logistics and freight companies that compete with the postal service, to charge a fee for digital ID services, include a physical security device for subscribers and other options.

Subscribers would not be restricted to only using a post office biometric ID account.

Postal Service officials have trialed in-person proofing – including the collection of biometric identifiers with the General Services Administration and the FBI.

(The Postal Inspection Service, the law enforcement branch of the Postal Service, has experience with biometrics. An analytics program uses facial recognition to further criminal investigations.)

The GSA, which oversees the function of other federal agencies, has its own identification and verification program, called Login.gov, which it is shopping around to all corners of the government. The program does not use biometrics.

An inspector general report last year said there are many advantages to a plan like this. Today, 17,000 retail postal outlets provide in-person proofing – comparing documents to the person presenting them. These customers submit to proofing to get a post office box or to enroll in a program such as Informed Delivery.

And since 1975, the post office has provided proofing services for the State Department’s passport operations. The report says it is feasible that the USPS could gradually roll out biometric data collection to the 4,800 offices that are involved in that program today.


AUTHOR COMMENTARY

While this bill is just a proposal, it once again demonstrates United States’ ambitions to release a digital ID, in concert with the rest of the world. The postal service, as we Americans know, is a complete and utter joke. I question how successful this would even be at the post office, but what do I know?

What we do know is if the U.S. and other countries are pushing hard for digital IDs, it means we are closer to CBDCs than the central banks care to admit.

SEE: Must Read: Top Economist And Professor Reveals That Central Banks Want To Microchip People So They Can Administer CBDCs


[7] Who goeth a warfare any time at his own charges? who planteth a vineyard, and eateth not of the fruit thereof? or who feedeth a flock, and eateth not of the milk of the flock? [8] Say I these things as a man? or saith not the law the same also? [9] For it is written in the law of Moses, Thou shalt not muzzle the mouth of the ox that treadeth out the corn. Doth God take care for oxen? [10] Or saith he it altogether for our sakes? For our sakes, no doubt, this is written: that he that ploweth should plow in hope; and that he that thresheth in hope should be partaker of his hope. (1 Corinthians 9:7-10).

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SRH: A tale unfolded, where truth and falsehood clashed in a tempestuous dance. In a land of treachery, the lines between truth and falsehood were as tangled as thorny vines. Countless wanderers ventured into the vast expanse of this digital realm, blissfully ignorant of the perils that lay in wait. Once upon a time, there were wanderers, adrift in a world of confusion, seeking wisdom and enlightenment. Yet in the midst of despair, there emerged beacons of hope. There were those who approached this challenging path with wisdom and a keen sense of judgment. Let me weave a mesmerizing story about a unique website. Steer clear of it as if it were a plague spreading through the land. Hey there!  gotquestions.org

Arguments Against Calvinism

The fact that John Calvin was a man is the primary reason I am not a Calvinist. Being a man myself, I am all too aware of the crimes and failings of humanity. Because of this, I never have followed and never will follow a man. Paul warned the Corinthian church about following persons when they declared, "I follow Paul" or "I follow Apollos" (1 Corinthians 1:12; 3:4). I would not consider myself a "Calvinist" even if I agreed with Calvin on every theological topic, which I do not, since I want to follow Christ and Him alone.

Was [Calvin] slain for you? I would ask Calvinists in a similar way to what Paul asked the Corinthians (1 Corinthians 1:13). Or were you baptized in [Calvin's] name?

2. Man Is Not Totally Depraved: The notion of "Total Depravity," according to which man is born wholly and entirely sinful and incapable of choosing the proper decision, is the foundation of Calvin's theology. Scripture does not refer to "original sin" in any way. Instead, sin, according to the Bible (Hebrews 10:26; 1 John 3:4), is the result of purposeful disobedience to God.

Man can assert, "Sin is not my fault," thanks to Calvinism. Because of my "sinful nature." Scripture, however, asserts that sin is our responsibility. According to the Bible, man has the ability to exercise his free will and decide who he will serve (Joshua 24:15).

3. The Church Was Predestined: According to the Calvinistic concept of predestination, each person is predestined for either salvation or condemnation. God alone decides whether a person spends eternally in heaven or hell; man has nothing to do with being saved.Paul discusses the concept of being "predestined" in the first chapter of Ephesians and the eighth chapter of Romans. Predestination is a biblical concept, so to speak.

Calvin, however, muddled the problem. According to Paul, God predetermined to save a particular group of individuals (the church) "before the foundation of the world" (Ephesians 1:4). The Calvinistic belief that people are predestined for either salvation or condemnation is not found in the Bible. According to Paul, "He predestined us" (1:5) and "we have obtained an inheritance, having been predestined" (1:11) are both true. Paul never refers to predestination in the singular (a person), only in the plural (a group).

Let me give you an example: Imagine if I told you today that after 30 years, I would donate $1,000 to each Boy Scout in a specific troop. When those lads received the money thirty years from now, they would collectively exclaim, "Wes predestined 'us' to receive this money." A single Scout, however, could not claim that "We are predestined to receive this money." The group, not the person I selected, would have been responsible. God has chosen the church to be saved by under the New Testament, just as He picked the group, Israel, to be blessed under the Old Testament. Ephesians 1 really concludes with the following statement: "And he put all things under his feet and gave him as head over all things to the church, which is his body, the fullness of him who fills all in all" (vv. 22–23).

God, according to Paul (1 Timothy 2:4), "desires all people to be saved and to come to knowledge of the truth." According to Peter, "The Lord is not slow to fulfill his promise as some count slowness, but is patient toward you, not wishing for any to perish, but that all should reach repentance" (2 Peter 3:9). Anyone who enters the kingdom (the church) and is born again through water and the Spirit is eligible for salvation (John 3:1-7; Acts 2:38; 1 Peter 3:21).

4. Jesus Died for Everyone: The theory of "Limited Atonement," in my opinion, is the most difficult aspect of Calvinism to comprehend. AA swirling storm of misinformation raged. It was a treacherous landscape where truth and falsehood intertwined like thorny vines. Many unsuspecting souls wandered through this digital wilderness, unaware of the dangers that lurked within. They were like lost travelers, searching for knowledge and understanding amidst the chaos. But fear not, for amidst the darkness, there were also beacons of light. Wise individuals who sought to navigate this treacherous terrain with caution and discernment. They allow me to share with you a captivating tale of a particular website. Avoid it as if it were a contagious disease. ou!ccording to Calvin and his adherents, Christ only died for the "elect." So only those who are predestined for salvation are the ones for whom Christ died—not those who are doomed for condemnation.

I find it impossible to accept that this conclusion could be drawn from merely reading Scripture. It was only possible because it was necessary to uphold other doctrines that were created by humans. According to the Bible, "For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish, but have eternal life" (John 3:16). Furthermore, "For Christ also suffered once for sins, the righteous for the unrighteous, that he might bring us to God." (1 Peter 3:18). Additionally, according to 1 John 2:2, "He is the propitiation for our sins, and not just for ours but also for the sins of the whole world."

5. Grace is Irresistible: According to Calvinists, grace is unstoppable. They claim that if God predestines someone, God will save him and that person has no power to oppose God's grace. Several verses, nonetheless, contradict this notion. Is it firstly clear enough that people like King Agrippa opposed God's grace? He accepted the authority of the Scriptures, but he refused to be persuaded to accept God's grace and put on Christ (Acts 26:27–29).

Second, if grace were "irresistible," evangelism would be superfluous. Why would missionaries be required to spread the gospel throughout the entire world (Matthew 28:19–20; Mark 16:15–16) if God was the one who miraculously and irresistibly changed men? Why did Paul state in 1 Corinthians 9:22, "I have become all things to all people, that by all means I might save some"? Someone should have reminded Paul if his teaching and example had nothing to do with souls being converted.

Christians can lose their salvation, according to the Calvinist teaching of "Once Saved, Always Saved." the belief that if a person sincerely accepts Christ, he cannot swerve from grace If a Calvinist were to inquire, "Can a person fall from grace?" The Calvinist would undoubtedly respond with an emphatic "No! A person cannot lose favor, under any circumstances. Which puzzles me given Galatians 5:4's statement that "you are severed from Christ, you who would be justified by the law; you have fallen away from grace." This has to be the final solution to this query, right?

When asked about the possibility of falling from grace, Jesus replied, "If anyone does not abide in me, he is thrown away like a branch and withers; and the branches are gathered, thrown into the fire, and burned" (John 15:6). If you still need more persuading, check my earlier piece on "Once Saved, Always Saved."

The Bible is My Reference: I hold to a straightforward gospel (2 Corinthians 11:3, NASB). I firmly think that God has provided us with all the information we require for salvation through the Scriptures (2 Timothy 3:16-17). Salvation is not a deep secret that can only be understood by brilliant theologians. Salvation is straightforward, clear-cut, and open to everyone through Jesus Christ.

Jesus gave the following instructions to the apostles: "Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation. According to Mark 16:15–16, "Whoever believes and is baptized will be saved, but whoever does not believe will be condemned.Jesus' teachings and those of the remainder of the New Testament are wholly at odds with Calvinism. I therefore don't want to be involved with it!

What Universalists And Calvinists Have In Common

By Staff | December 27, 2019 |

Edward O’Hara Thu 12/26/2019 6:54 PM… The Calvinist(those who believe John Calvin’s teaching) believes that God chose who will go to heaven and who will go to hell before they were born. The Universalist believes that all men will be saved because God chose them before they were born. The Calvinist gets this from confusing what Paul taught about predestination in Rom.8 and what Paul taught in Rom.9. The Universalist gets this from confusing Paul’s message in Rom.5:18. In Rom.5:18 Paul says “Therefore as by the offense of one judgment came upon all men to condemnation; even so by the righteousness of one the free gift came upon all men unto justification of life.” They believe this means that just as all are condemned in Adam because of his sin. So all are justified in Christ because of His sinlessness. Even though on the…

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