Christian faith in the military is once again under fire.
For years, our brave men and women in the military have been able to choose to select dog tags from a faith-based company that inscribes Bible verses on them.
These Scripture verses – such as Joshua 1:9 (“Be strong and courageous. . . .”) and Psalm 27:3 (“Though my enemies attack me, I will not fear . . . .”) – have ministered to those in combat.
Now, an extreme, anti-Christian group has demanded the Bible verses be banned from dog tags alongside military insignias, even calling them “poison.” Even worse, the military caved, demanding the Christian company “remove ALL biblical references from all of your Army products.”
The Bible doesn’t violate the Constitution, but banning Bible verses does. We’re fighting back, preparing legal letters to urge the military to rescind this unlawful order.
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