Can not pray in the Name of Christ/Trinity/Allah/whatever

Categories: News, Politics
Comments: 1 Comment
Published on: January 6, 2006

World Net Daily has an article about the Naval chaplain Gordon Klingenschmitt’s hunger strike. The article covers that the Navy claims they said no such thing, but only said it about “Official” gatherings. To this I have to say, and ask. If you want a Christian to pray at the gathering, then you have to expect Christ and/or the Trinity to be named. If you ask a Muslim expect Allah, if you ask a Jew expect YHVH (pronounced Yod-Heh-Vav-Heh). Next if they are trying to be “inclusive” what about the Buddhists/atheists who believe there is no God, or the agnostic who is unsure of the existence of God, don’t they count does not a pray even to a generic god say that the navy believes they are wrong? I say IF you ask a chaplain to pray, you have to accept that they will pray to the God (or god) that they believe in, and in the case of Gordon Klingenschmitt that God is Christ Jesus/The Trinity/The 3 that are 1/The Great “I am”

1 Comment
  1. Max says:

    I thought it was “Yah-Veh”, but it doesn’t matter. I think that people should be allowed to do what they want. The problem is, in a place like public schools, or other situations like the military, work, etc, if you don’t participate, you could be an outcast or worse (no promotion or get killed). So people are forcing themselves to join in so they don’t stand out. That’s the problem. I figure if it’s anything public/government, they should not do anything toward or against one religion, but should either have nothing or everything. I’m against christmas bashing when hanukah is allowed, wtf is that BS about? And there is no such thing as a ‘holiday’ tree! get over it!

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