Orthodox Church finds no Antichrist Seal on Georgian IDs
The Holy Synod of the Georgian Orthodox Church approved Georgian ID cards, News Georgia reports.
Georgia has been issuing the ID cards since August 1, 2011. It has the highest standards of protection from falsification. ID cards allow digital signatures, change of registry, taking facilities under security and reception of legal notes.
Some clerics and religious organizations said that the ID cards have dangerous electronic chips and the 666 figures. A petition was started to ban the cards.
33 bishops, archbishops and a metropolitan make up the Synod. Georgian Catholicos-Patriarch Ilia II was chairing the Synod’s session. Metropolitan of Gori and Samtavisi Adriy Gvazava informed the journalists about results of the session.