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July 4, 2009
Pastor failed to address issues The In Theory question on June 20, “Militant approach to Christianity,” referred to a Newsweek article in which it reported that the military had been accused of using its presence in Muslim countries to spread Christianity in violation of military protocols. Pastor Jon Karn did not address the issue. Instead, “as a Christian minister and thinking American” he chose to present his negative opinions of the magazine.
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June 27, 2009
Newsweek magazine reported this week that a civil rights watchdog group is accusing the military of using its presence in Muslim countries to spread Christianity among the population, a “serious” violation of military protocol. What implications are there for those people who suddenly see themselves staring at the cover of a Christian Bible and are pressured into believing in something they don’t? What actions should the military take, both at the command level and rank-and-file, to prevent this from happening?
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By Richard Bennett | July 1, 2009
Saturday’s In Theory question (“Militant approach to Christianity”) referred to a recent Newsweek article in which it reported that the U.S. military had been accused of using its presence in Muslim countries to spread Christianity in violation of military protocols. Five of the six religious commentators addressed the issue and made thoughtful comments about the conduct. Pastor Jon Karn did not address the issue. Instead, “as a Christian minister and thinking American” he chose to present his negative opinions of the magazine.
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July 4, 2009
Pastor failed to address issues The In Theory question on June 20, “Militant approach to Christianity,” referred to a Newsweek article in which it reported that the military had been accused of using its presence in Muslim countries to spread Christianity in violation of military protocols. Pastor Jon Karn did not address the issue. Instead, “as a Christian minister and thinking American” he chose to present his negative opinions of the magazine.
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June 27, 2009
Newsweek magazine reported this week that a civil rights watchdog group is accusing the military of using its presence in Muslim countries to spread Christianity among the population, a “serious” violation of military protocol. What implications are there for those people who suddenly see themselves staring at the cover of a Christian Bible and are pressured into believing in something they don’t? What actions should the military take, both at the command level and rank-and-file, to prevent this from happening?
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