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Christianity Thomas on 20 Jan 2010 04:46 am

Bible verses imprinted on U.S. military equipment

5 Responses to “Bible verses imprinted on U.S. military equipment”

  1. on 20 Jan 2010 at 8:54 pm 1.Glenna said …

    I am replying to your entire website having watched alot of your videos and read your 53 proofs. I can see you read the bible just enough to refute it. I will not try to correct you as you did not care enough to read how all your proofs work according to God Almighty. I also do not intend to defend an Almighty Creator from your blasphemous attacks, He will do that in His own time. I will say that I am sad for you that you prefer to stay in ignorance of your Creator rather than study His Word further and answer your own questions. If you are intended to understand, the Lord will make it so, if not nothing I say will enlighten you. I do hope the best for you, the Lord’s will be done. Love, Glenna

  2. on 20 Jan 2010 at 9:15 pm 2.Rostam said …

    So what is the problem?

    Is it because of Christians? No! It is because we are not Muslims and all non-Muslims are Infidels. This reporter shows her complete ignorance of Islam. A Bible verse on a scope is an absolutely RIDICULOUS argument. Sure, we don’t want to offend Muslims. Well then convert, bow to their leadership and they will no longer be offended. What a bunch of pansies at MESSNBC

    Posting MSNBC does not help you make any pints. It only shows ignorance to a news org that can only keep about 2 viewers.

  3. on 20 Jan 2010 at 10:49 pm 3.Steve said …

    There is a problem. It’s not a Chrisitian or Muslim or any other religious issue, it has to do with the fact that the Army is part of the United States government, and we have a little thing that prohibits an establishment of religion. The First Amendment, have you heard of it?

    Also, Rachel gets upwards of 1.1 million viewers every night. Hardly 2 viewers.

  4. on 21 Jan 2010 at 12:42 am 4.Rostam said …

    No religion was established. A Bible is not a religion, it is a book that many religions reference including Muslims, Christians, Mormons. Philosophies and even secular humanist utilize it as as a moral guide. So exactly what religion were they attempting to establish? Rachel is just paranoid. It is an ancient text and Rachel needs to find something to do.

  5. on 25 Jan 2010 at 11:51 pm 5.Kyle said …

    @ ROSTAM

    So then why don’t they print a verse from the illiad or even moby dick instead? If it doesn’t have to do with establishing a religion, even a religious person would appreciate good literature.

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