Military chaplains: Bigotry rampant vs. Christians!
It‚Äôs been about a year since the U.S. military adopted the Obama administration goal of open homosexuality in the ranks, and NBC recently reported on a study from an organization that openly promotes sexual lifestyle alternatives in the ranks saying there has been no negative impact from the change.
That would mean that the study by the Palm Center of the Williams Institute at UCLA apparently would not consider it a ‚Äúnegative‚ÄĚ that two airmen were publicly harassed in a post exchange food court as they were privately discussing their concerns.
Nor would a situation where a chaplain was encouraged by military officials to resign his commission unless he could ‚Äúget in line with the new policy‚ÄĚ be considered a negative.
And not considered a ‚Äúnegative‚ÄĚ would be a commander‚Äôs refusal to take disciplinary action over a male service member ‚Äúsexually harassed‚ÄĚ another male service member, ‚Äúthrough...
Rufus wrote: The United States military is no place for Christians.
Why not? Its probably not a place too grow in your faith per se but, it certainly is a segment of the population that is desperately in need of the gospel. We need God and people who serve Him in our military just like we need Him in every single area of our country.