Bibles Booted from U.S. Navy Guest Rooms Following Atheist Complaint

Bibles Booted from U.S. Navy Guest Rooms Following Atheist Complaint.

And what will they do if Christians complain about the lack of Bibles?

Christians shouldn’t bother fighting the empire’s wars, anyway…

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13 thoughts on “Bibles Booted from U.S. Navy Guest Rooms Following Atheist Complaint

  1. Christian Bibles are not only Christianity’s religious text, but as they contain the Old Testament, they therefore contain the Hebrew Bible, and thus, providing them is not the promotion of any one particular religion, since they contain texts sacred to more than one particular religion.

    Accordingly, they cannot be said to be a case of the U.S. government promoting one particular religion, per se, and so that argument fails.

    Therefore, the Navy erred in removing them.

    I am not interested in arguing with you; I won’t go to your blog to argue with you, and I’m not inviting you to come to mine to do.

    • Thanks, but I don’t see it as an error, so much as an adherence to established custom, and one that can be defended creatively as I have done, even though that probably never occurred to anyone.

      It’s not that you offended me specifically, it’s that I disagree, and further, I don’t care to get into pointless atheist-versus-Christian arguments. If you want to argue with people on their blogs, and they with you on yours, go for it.

      I choose to stay out of all that.

  2. They’re also the basis for the corrupted texts Mohammed plagiarised for his gang of bandits, pretending an Angel inspired him to write his brutal Koran.

    • That’s a good point, though one equally unlikely to fly with progs, of course. BTW, I understand it was Nestorianism in particular that influenced Mohammed; I know Nestorians be heretics in their interpretations / beliefs, but I don’t know to what extent they still follow orthodox tests, but simply put their own spin on things. I should investigate; I’m curious now.

  3. I think Nestorians maintained Christ had a single nature. He was only divine-one of the two monophysite heresies. The Catholic Encyclopaedia is a good place to look into it.

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