Friday, December 21, 2007

This needs to be stopped, and fast!!!

From :

Military Evangelism Deeper, Wider Than First Thought

Truthout's Jason Leopold reports, "For US Army soldiers entering basic training at Fort Jackson Army base in Columbia, South Carolina, accepting Jesus Christ as their personal savior appears to be as much a part of the nine-week regimen as the vigorous physical and mental exercises the troops must endure."

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Kevin Bussey said...

What's the problem here? My parents are the missionaries for Campus Crusade in this story. They raise their own support so no federal dollars pay for anything. Also, the soldiers come on their own. They are not required to be there. There are opportunities for other religions to worship on base. The reason the guns are in the picture is because they soldiers have to carry them everywhere. They asked to take the picture that way.

People should interview my dad before they print a story about him.

Watch 'n Wait said...

So go complain to the guy who wrote that and whom I happen to agree with.