Are The Armed Forces Suffering From Post-Traumatic BIBLE Syndrome?

Subjecting an officer or airman to court martial because of an open Bible does not help keep good pilots in the service.

The Silent Soldier

Soldiers openly praying. (Photo: Public Domain) Soldiers openly praying. (Photo: Public Domain)

August 18, 2016

By Lorra B.

Once again the Armed Forces find themselves in the news over Christian preferences when Air Force Major Steve Lewis left an open and highlighted bible on his desk.

Recently a lance corporal had been court’s marshaled for pasting bible verses on her desk. Now, the Military Religious Freedom Foundation is demanding a stop to Lewis’s declaration of Christianity.

The bible “is very obviously a statement of Christian preference, Christian primacy,” MRFF founder Mikey Weinstein stated. “Had that been the Book of Satan or the Koran there would be blood in the freaking streets.”

Col. Damon Feltman, the commander of the 310th Space Wing, said, “He has removed the Bible voluntarily because he didn’t want this to cause attention or disruption to his unit. I’ve performed a walk-through of the office and everything seemed to be in compliance with Air…

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