Chaplain Ordered to Remove Religious Essay From Military Website
A chaplain at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Alaska was ordered to remove a religious column he had written titled, â€śNo Atheists in Foxholes: Chaplains Gave all in World War II,â€ť because it allegedly offended atheists serving on the Air Force base.
Col. Brian Duffy, the base commander told Fox News the column was removed â€śout of respect for those who considered its title offensive.â€ť
â€śThe 673d Air Base Wing does not advocate any particular religion or belief set over another and upon learning of the complaints from some readers, the article was promptly removed,â€ť he said. â€śWe regret any undue attention this article may have brought to any particular group or individuals.â€ť
Lt. Col. Kenneth Reyes confirmed to Fox News that he wrote the original essay that appeared in his â€śChaplainâ€™s Cornerâ€ť column on the base website....
if we so brazenly dismiss and ignore the martying of believers in this globalist affair, and our evangelical leaders continue to say that this is rght to support, how do we expect GOd to protect us from the same kinds of maneuvering? we will reap what we sow. good intentions and flag waving do not change this reality.
Right, 1517, it's true, biblical, born again Christianity that is under constant attack. The word "Christian" is an umbrella term that means a lot of things these days. I prefer to say, "Follower of Christ".
This is funny considering I just read an article highlighting Secretary of State John Kerry hosting a Ramadan dinner AT the State Department. Let us not be confused, it is CHRISTIANITY that is inappropriate in this country. This only solidifies that we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but fight against demonic powers. Keep at it Chaplain, keep posting, keep proclaiming, God will notice and bless your faith. He will bless all those who remain dependent on Him and do not now down to the spirits of the age.