Discussion in 'Clean Debate Zone' started by Sky Dancer, Aug 3, 2012.
Already in the daylight but the media is pretty much afraid to bring their actions to the forefront.
What makes them different is their goal, which is to make the United States a Christian theocracy.
If there was some communist group trying to take over the US, some people would wake up to that and stop them. It's happening right under our noses.
Fine, then form a group called " Wallbuilder's suck" and counter thier viewpoints, do counter rallys, etc.
Just to be clear, are you just trying to expose thier viewpoints, or are you of the persuasion that the government has to do something about them?
Certainly don't let reality shock you, but there actually are persons of faith in the military.
Shocking. I know.
I have no problem with there being people of faith in the military. I have a problem with the federal government funding ethics courses using Bible passages. It's a clear violation of the separation of church and state.
Too bad you can't tell the difference.
No, it is not. I suggest you look at the actual presentation given to the launch operators. The ethics taught quote zero - that is none, zip, nada - bible verses.
The article is wrong, yet you believed it without checking.
The chaplain THEN went on to discuss to the FAITHFUL how their participation in missile launches will not conflict with their faith. That is a chaplain's job - to advise those who have questions about their faith while in the military.
I seriously doubt that. They start setting off the wrong trip wires, and the spot light will shine on them.
Pretty well reasoned.
It was a PowerPoint presentation presented by the chaplain. What do you expect?
If you had been in the military recently you would realize exactly how inane this is. We get briefings all the time from chaplains as well as presented with a thousand other resources for any religion that you can think of. They even hold regular Wiccan ceremonies at most bases.
Quite frankly, this is a case of the overly PC crowd flipping out about nothing. I should not be surprised.
Here is the actual presentation by the way, contained a few links deep in the citation:
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