The United States Air Force has been training young missile officers about the morals and ethics of launching nuclear weapons by citing passages from the New Testament and commentary from a former member of the Nazi Party, according to newly released documents.
A PowerPoint slide is used which contains a passage from the Book of Revelation, in an attempt to explain how Jesus Christ, as the "mighty warrior," believed war to be just.
Has Mark Driscoll been working with the US Air Force? Mark reckons that "Jesus was not a long-haired … effeminate-looking dude"; rather, he had "callused hands and big biceps."..."Ultimate Fighting Jesus."
Hey Bert gathering these nuclear weapon Bible verses is a bit like what those dudes did, who sifted through the bible for passages to keep women and gays oppressed... you know the Council of Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, who used gender biased language to discriminate against women and gays!
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