The Veterans Administration in recent months has tried to prohibit Bibles at its military hospitals and ban the use of the word āGodā at military funerals, and now there are members in Congress who say enough is enough.
So HR 2720 has been introduced, stating emphatically that āno official of the federal government, including the Secretary of Veterans Affairs, may interfere with the content and creed of the funeral, memorial service, or ceremony of a deceased individual, as expressed by the last will and testament of the individual or as determined by the family or agent of the individual, as provided under state law.:
The resolution also requires federal officials to provide access to health care facilities, cemeteries and other facilities if access is requested by either veterans or their families....
Since the Government lost a lawsuit covering this issue, I'm not sure is a law is required, but it may be a benefit, though as many have stated we already have too many laws.
John Y., I would assume that Catholic funerals have had all their witch doctor spells applied before the burial and perhaps even death of the individual,
Dr. Ian R.K. Paisley wrote: for James to enjoin the imitation of the Apostles on the churches of his day, who, among other gifts, possessed the gift of healing; but with these gifts, the application of the Unction passed away, and would have been numbered with the things which have been-things local and temporary, but for the skill, the craft, and the cupidity of Antichrist, whose genius for perversion, and imposture overlooks nothing that is adapted to mulct the foolish, and filch the property of all.
But if a final "blessing," (curse) is to be applied to the poor Romish victim at the graveside, there should never have been any interference, and it looks like there will be no interference to that in the future at military funerals. Thankfully the RCC can't reach beyond the grave.
Well praise the Lord Jesus Christ that someone is finally standing up to those Satanic moron government officials. The First Amendment clearly states that the government can't interfere in the affairs of the church. So why do some government officials think that they have the right to go against the First Amendment?