Evangelical Warriors

December 12, 2006 at 5:21 pm | Posted in America, American politics, Christianity, Evangelicals, Iraq, King George, Military, Religion, Republicans, War, War on Terror | Leave a comment

A extremist group called the Christian Embassy is apparently recruiting military leaders in the Pentagon, even to a point of coersion. Now, it is one thing to have soldiers and military leaders believe in Christianity, but doesn’t it sound eerily similar to our enemies when we turn our military leaders into fundamentalist religious fanatics? When they start talking about this being a war on Islam, does that not in turn alter what our mission in the Middle East really becomes? Confucius said:

“If the names are not correct and do not match realities, language has no object. If language has no object, action becomes impossible — and therefore all human affairs disintegrate.”

When will this madness end? Are we so childish that it takes the return of our Savior for us to finally stop fighting one with another?

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