Right-Wing Fundamentalist “Family Policy Alliance” Attacks MRFF for its Advocacy in Support of 22 CHRISTIAN Chaplains Disgusted by Homophobic “Coronavirus and Christ” Book

Click to read attack on the Family Policy Alliance Website

Click for background (and the truth) about “Coronavirus and Christ” book distributed by  fundamentalist senior chaplain to his subordinate chaplains

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  1. Grey One Talks Sass

    When sins are tallied, or so the Christian mythos goes, bearing falsehoods, adultery, and coveting one’s neighbors largess are at the top of the list of no-no’s. Seems legit as other religions place a great deal of weight on how one treats their neighbor; good relations leads to peaceful times filled with prosperity.

    And then the Christianists came with their nose in everyone’s business, except their own; breaking every commandment to obtain their goal of one global faith with themselves placed in the position of power. To the Christianist the mores of boundaries, respect, and consent are cast in the fire of their zeal. In other words, tossing the baby with the bath water is a feature, not a bug.

    TL;dr
    •The end does not justify the means.

    •MRFF is not an Atheist organization.

    •Christianists, with their blatant disregard for regulations, are proving themselves to be more trouble than they are worth. Follow the rules of the organization you willingly joined or get out of the military.

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