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Army Orders Bible Verses Scraped Off Scopes

daunhin Wrote: Apr 24, 2013 1:35 PM
Since I am not atheist, I can not answer that question. I just find it funny that both groups cry foul but have little tolerance for the other group when they cry foul. Personally, I think the vocal atheist have a personal vendetta against religions in general and Christians in particular. I know that they push their agenda to the extreme when it come to the so called "separation of church and state". I don't see anything wrong with the Ten Commandments being in a courtroom or students having prayer before a football game or teachers having a Bible or Koran on their desk.
hsergio Wrote: Apr 24, 2013 4:28 PM
the constitution does require that there be a seperation of church and state it requires that individuals be free to practice the religion of thier choice.the constitution does not guarantee freedom from religion only that the gov will not impose a particular religion on the nation. wize up

The U.S. Army is directing troops to remove a Bible inscription that a vendor etched into the serial numbers of weapon scopes, Fox News has learned.

Soldiers at Fort Wainwright in Alaska told Fox News they received a directive to turn in their scopes so the Bible references could be removed.

The scopes were made by Trijicon and referenced New Testament passages in John 8:12 and Second Corinthians 4:6. The verses appeared at the end of the scope serial numbers – “JN8:12” and “2COR4:6.”

“The biblical verse (JN8:12) must be removed utilizing a dremel type tool and then painted black,” read...