December 12, 2006


WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A watchdog group that promotes religious freedom in the U.S. military accused senior officers on Monday using their rank and influence to coerce soldiers and airmen into adopting evangelical Christianity.

Such proselytizing, according to the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, has created a core of "radical" Christians within the U.S. armed forces and Pentagon who punish those who do not accept evangelical beliefs by stalling their careers.

"It's egregious beyond the pale," said Mikey Weinstein, president and founder of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation. "We apparently have a radicalized, evangelical Christian Pentagon within the rest of the Pentagon."



Blogger Aaron said...

Color me stunned...

11:11 AM  
Blogger archive said...

AS Leona Helmsley once sobbed, "What, what have we become? What are we becoming?"

What's the direction here? Systematic elimination of all those who oppose or don't happen to fit into the societal norms prescribed the First United Pentagon of Our Lord or would it be called the First Baptist Pentagon or instead of "Pentacostal
Church" "Pentagonal

Wouldn't it be ironic if we had to go to Germany to get away from an Anti-
Radical Christian Cleansing in the United States

7:30 PM  

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