For a person who practically makes a living calling people “liars,” you’d think Chris Rodda would be more careful not to put herself in the position of being perceived as untruthful. But that’s precisely where she found herself just last week.
In a lackluster article that explained the MRFF’s objection to the “odious” missionary trip of US Air Force SMSgt Larry Gallo (discussed previously), Rodda goes after FoxNews’ Todd Starnes for his statement that George Washington would have been “thrown in the brig” for praying at Valley Forge, were he to do so today. The MRFF wouldn’t have objected to Washington’s prayer, Rodda exclaimed,
just as [the] MRFF would never object to any member of today’s military…privately engaging in any religious activity.
While “never object[ing]” is a bit less enthusiastic than “supporting” or “defending,” it is at least a non-confrontational position that acknowledges the rights of military members.
The problem is, Chris Rodda’s statement isn’t true.
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Remember the inspirational video of US Marines praising God with Days of Elijah during a Sunday worship service last September?
That is what Mikey Weinstein says he is “up against.”
When Mikey Weinstein objects to Christians attending church, can there be any doubt that he’s not really interested in “religious freedom?”
This is what we at MRFF are up against… the Dominionist “Holy Warrior” indoctrination of U.S. service personnel!
(The normally critical atheist Jason Torpy Read more
A video (which you can watch here) of US Marines worshiping God to Days of Elijah — complete with “oorah!” added to the lyrics — went “viral” a week or so ago, spreading across the internet in a bold display of faith and freedom.
And a few atheists really didn’t like that.
It seems Rock Beyond Belief — a one-hit wonder that staged an underwhelming stage show at Fort Bragg — has degraded into a repository of atheists bellyaching about Christians exercising their religious freedom while serving in the US military. Having learned about the video, their Facebook page launched an “investigation” — because some Marines in the video “don’t appear happy to be there, as if they were forced:” Read more
It seems some US Marines praise God with a boldness and passion lacking in many American churches today.
A simple chapel service — and yet an inspirational one:
Via Billy Hallowell at The Blaze. Read more