Friday, January 12, 2007

Navy Fires Christian Chaplain (for Christocentric Prayer) – Decorates Muslim Chaplain (for, uh, Being Muslim)

Navy Fires Christian Chaplain (for Christocentric Prayer) – Decorates Muslim Chaplain (for, uh, Being Muslim)

Last month, I posted in disgust about how the Navy was fawning in a most unusual way over a Navy chaplain who just happens to be… Muslim.  (Again, how many other times has the Secretary of the Navy personally presided over the promotion of ANY officer to the relatively low rank of Lieutenant Commander (or O-4, equivalent to Major in the Army)?  (Hint: try PROBABLY VIRTUALLY NEVER!)

Now, keeping that story of Islamo-pandering in mind, as you consider that the Navy has just released from active duty a courageous Christian Navy Chaplain (also an O-3) for the heinous crime of …. praying in Jesus’ Name at a public function.  (Huh?)

Either event – taken alone – should fill any Christian American with revulsion.  Taken together in their totality (along with, in recent years, the release of Muslim Feast Day (Eid) postage stamps by the USPS and an annual White House Ramadan-time Eid al-Fitr feast hosted by “evangelical Christian” President G. W. Bush), these two events can be seen as little short of ominous – for the mutually contrasting public roles into which our Federal Government seems to be placing Christianity and Islam.

What’s next?  Permitting Muslim military doctors to perform FGM (female genital mutilation  --  Hat tip: lgf) at military medical facilities?  (Or, is that, perhaps, ALREADY quietly being permitted in some instances?  Wink. Wink. Nod. Nod.)

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