Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Air Force Brass Have a Problem with Prayers in Jesus’ Name

Air Force Brass Have a Problem with Prayers in Jesus’ Name – But Still Want God’s Blessing

Question: If a military chaplain prayed in Jesus’ Name at a public military event, would you be offended?  Probably not.

But, even if you were – so what?  Isn’t that what freedom of religion and speech are all about?  Isn’t that what Christians who don’t like movies like Bareback Mountain are told?

But, that answer is not good enough for the “In-Jesus’-Name-Despising” Air Force brass.

These are generals prosecuting a war.  Presumably, they want the LORD’s blessing in such endeavors, but are apparently thinking: “Can’t we just dispense with prayers in the Name of this Jesus?”

Here are some articles that will help to bring you up to date on this running battle between the Air Force brass (including chaplain brass) and Evangelical chaplains who believe they are to pray to please God’s ears – not men’s.

God bless Congressman Jones!

Newsmax.

WND3.

WND2.

WND1.

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