This is a weird, weird, weird one, folks.
A Michigan company is printing Bible citations onto high-powered rifle sights that it sells to the U.S. military, ABC News reports.
Some folks are up in arms because they say it blurs the line between separation of church and state and because it injects religion into America’s
Jihad against Radical Islam War on Terrorism.
But let me ask a question that the story doesn’t address. Is it blasphemous to quote the Prince of Peace on a piece of military equipment. Is it sacrilegious to stamp New Testament scripture references onto a deadly weapon?
And finally, if Jesus were stamping scripture references onto military weapons, which quotes would he pick?
Love your enemies?
He that lives by the sword will die by the sword?
Father, forgive them for they know not what they do?