reply to post by Wrabbit2000
There is a separation of church and state, and religious freedom for all Americans, regardless whether or not they are in the military. This is not
about preachings hate, because religion itself does not teach hate nor does it teach to judge your fellow man, this is about being able to freely
practice religion for ALL men who are citizens of this country, this includes being able to learn it regardless of military service.
"No person should be more entitled to the protection of their constitutional rights than the servicemen engaged in protecting the sovereignty of the
(88th Congress, first session
Constitutional Rights of Military Personnel.
When you sign up for Military service no man or women can be denied protection of their freedoms of religion when in the United States military.
Period. This means the government cannot censor religion, unless it infringes upon the rights of another person. Quite obviously, if someones
religion offends you, you should not be attending their services.
. What they personally believe, both before and after coming to the military
service, is not the business of the government. Nor can it be abridged.
When you abridge something, you condense it, remove content.. in censoring what is being taught of Christianity to military personnel, you are
abridging their freedom of religion. As such, it is denying them their constitutional rights.
Jesus (as) said, I come not to change the law by so much as one dotting of the I or crossing of the t. Yet, you want the United states government to
Part of those teachings deal with the laws concerning the natural state of man. This neither infringes upon the rights of others for someone to hear
such teachings, nor does it incite others to violence, because Christianity does not believe in either judging others, or hurting others. There is
nothing in these teachings that oppose either military service, or conflict in any way with the rights of others.
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