The War Against Christianity: Onward Christian Soldiers

Washington and soldierJust when I think that this Administration can not possibly come up with another way to attack the faith of 78% of the citizens it is supposed to be protecting and serving, I find myself slack-jawed in a state of astonishment.

Recently, Administration officials met with Mikey Weinstein, a bitter little individual, who heads up the “Military Religious Freedom Foundation”.


Established in 2006, the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) describes itself as “a watchdog group” that is “dedicated to ensuring that all members of the United States Armed Forces fully receive the Constitutional guarantees of religious freedom to which they and all Americans are entitled …” The organization’s primary objective is to eradicate the religious bias and “coercion” that it deems prevalent among high-ranking Christian members of the U.S. military. Toward that end, MRFF functions as “a clearinghouse for violations reported by military and civilian personnel,” offering “complete anonymity” to all complainants.

Headed by retired Air Force lawyer Michael L. “Mikey” Weinstein, MRFF declares: “At a time when the United States is encouraging greater religious freedom in Muslim nations, it is imperative [sic] upon America to show by example that religious pluralism is a viable and preferred option. Any sign of hypocrisy in United States policy … toward the free exercise of religion within the military makes it more difficult to convince others to follow our nation’s chosen path.”

In December 2006, MRFF issued a “Compliance Report on the Pervasive Violations of the United States Constitutional Religious Freedoms of Military Personnel.” “Military and civilian personnel,” says this document, “are subjected to blatant and unlawful displays of religiosity at mandatory formations, religious bias, and illegal proselytizing by their peers and superiors alike.” The report identifies “pervasive violations of United States Constitutional religious freedoms of military personnel” in five major areas:

(a) Blatant displays of religious symbolism on military garb.

(b) Placement of a biblical quotation above the door of the Air and Space Basic Course classroom.

(c) Illegal use of official military e-mail accounts to send e-mails containing religious rhetoric.

(d) Attempts by missionary organizations to train active-duty military personnel to evangelize their subordinates and peers.

(e) Military leadership openly discussing their commitment to bring religion into the military.

Notwithstanding the disclaimer, MRFF states: “[S]erious violations were committed by prominent figures featured on the organization’s ten-minute promotional video. … [S]everal members of military leadership appear in the video, dressed in full uniform openly discussing their personal connection to Jesus and how they make this connection part of the work they do in their professional capacity each day. {They] state that, among other things, with the help of Christian Embassy, they hold bible studies while on duty in the workplace, many times in their offices.”

Ohhhh….how horrible. Why…morality and ethical behavior may break out at any moment!!! 

The non-military Liberal Bureaucrats, who are in charge of our fighting men and women, met with this schmuck on April 23rd about a policy called “Air Force Culture, Air Force Standards,” published on Aug. 7, 2012.

Section 2.11 of the policy requires “government neutrality regarding religion.”

“Leaders at all levels must balance constitutional protections for an individual’s free exercise of religion or other personal beliefs and the constitutional prohibition against governmental establishment of religion,” the regulation states.

Military leaders were admonished not to use their position to “promote their personal religious beliefs to their subordinates or to extend preferential treatment for any religion.”

The Pentagon confirmed to Fox News that Christian evangelism is against regulations.

“Religious proselytization is not permitted within the Department of Defense, LCDR Nate Christensen said in a written statement. He declined to say if any chaplains or service members had been prosecuted for such an offense.

“Court martials and non-judicial punishments are decided on a case-by-case basis and it would be inappropriate to speculate on the outcome in specific cases,” he said.

Ron Crews, the executive director of the Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty, warns that the Air Force policy would “significantly impact the religious liberties of Air Force personnel.”

“Saying that a service member cannot speak of his faith is like telling a service member he cannot talk about his spouse or children,” Crews said. “I do not think the Air Force wants to ban personnel from protected religious speech, and I certainly hope that it is willing to listen to the numerous individuals and groups who protect military religious liberty without demonizing service members.”

Yesterday, Former Alaskan Governor, and great American Christian, Sarah Palin, issued the following statement on Facebook about this idiocy:

President Barack Obama had better clear this up today, right now. Surely he is just allowing his handlers to throw up this kind of ridiculous, amoral, un-American trial balloon. I call on Obama to address this immediately with the American public, clear it up, and renounce these reports as the nonsense they surely in God’s name must be.

As of this post, Obama and the rest of his feckless Administration ain’t said a mumblin’ word.

As with the abolishing of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”, Obama is using our Best and Brightest as lab rats for another one of his social experiments.

Obama seeks the elimination of Christianity from the military and, eventually, from our daily lives, as well. Obama favors another religion over the religion of our Founders.

Now, I know some of you will claim that he is just being sensitive to other religions. However, Jewish Americans have worked and served side by side with Christian Americans since the birth of our nation. They are respectful of our faith, and we are respectful of theirs. 

Nope. This initiative, as with the Administration’s reluctance to call the perpetrators of the New Boston Massacre what they are, Muslim Terrorists, is another case of the Manchurian President and his minions bending over backwards to appease the adherents of “the religion of peace” who might be in our military.

You know…like Major Nidal Hassan, who killed all those innocent Americans at Ft. Hood in that senseless act of “workplace violence”.

And, our course, this Administration has placed a Mosque area in the Pentagon, so the Muslims working there have an area where they can go to say their daily prayers.

Can you say “double standard”, boys and girls? I knew that you could.

What is it about Christianity that this Administration is so opposed to?

The American clergyman and author, Phillip Brooks, once said:

Christianity helps us face the music even when we don’t like the tune.

And, without America’s Moral Compass of Christianity in the way, Obama will have free reign to “radically change” the shining city on a hill”.

I pray that he has underestimated the resolve of the Believers among our Fighting Men and Women…the Best in the World! 

Onward, Christian Soldiers

Marching as to war.

With the cross of Jesus

Going on before.

Today is the National Day of Prayer. Please take a moment out of your busy day to pray for our Fighting Men and Women, their families, and our veterans.  And, thank God that you live in the greatest country on the face of the Earth.

God bless.

Until He Comes,


5 thoughts on “The War Against Christianity: Onward Christian Soldiers

  1. This administration’s war against Christians is deplorable. But we also ought to remember Charles Spurgeon’s true words:
    I always rejoice to find a soldier a Christian, but I always mourn to find a Christian a soldier, for it seems to me that when I take up Christ Jesus, I hear one of His Laws, “I say unto you, resist not evil. Put up your sword into its sheath; he that takes the sword shall perish by the sword.” The followers of Christ in these days seem to me to have forgotten a great part of Christianity.


    1. My father led me to Christ. He also landed at Normandy. He was the finest man I have ever known. To be willing to die in defense of those you love and for your nation, does not go against Christian beliefs. John 15:13 –

      Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.

      “The Lord gets his best soldiers out of the highlands of affliction.” ~ Charles Spurgeon


  2. I’ve been scouring the news lines to see who is picking up on this story…knowing what would happen were it any other Belief system!…and it’s HELLO! …ANYBODY HOME?


  3. Access to the Southern Baptist website also has been blocked by govt’ firewalls…

    Another box checked, another dot connected…


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