Military pulls its insignias from Bibles?

~ The Rebel ~ 2012/06/25 15:44:59

In 2003, B&H; Publishing, a division of LifeWay Christian Resources, was given authorization to use the official seals of the U.S. military branches on a line of Bibles. No government funds were used in the production of the Bibles, which contained devotional material unique to each service branch in much the same way they are tailored to other groups such as teens or children.

As part of the features, the Bibles featured the Pledge of Allegiance, the first and fourth verses of the Star Spangled Banner, Patton’s famous Christmas prayer card from 1944 as well as testimonials from the Officers’ Christian Fellowship.

last year the Military Religious Freedom Foundation sent a letter to Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta demanding the military rescind its authorization to use the service emblems, saying it was a violation of church and state separation.

The request by the group was subsequently granted.

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  • Nam Era Vet #1 DNA TLC 2012/06/25 18:48:10
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    Good grief! They weren't advocating Christianity, just allowing it for folks who are Christian.
  • Zuggi 2012/06/25 16:32:46
    Makes sense. Imagine if they had been putting insignia on Korans.
  • ~ The Rebel ~ 2012/06/25 15:46:18
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    While the group was told it would be able to sell its existing stock, last week it was announced that the Department of Defense was pulling all known copies of the Bibles from exchange stores.


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