Skip to comments.As the U.S. Air Force Academy grows hostile toward Christianity, fires threaten the institution
Posted on 06/28/2012 8:18:12 AM PDT by cleghornboy
As this article notes, "Dozens of House lawmakers accused the U.S. Air Force this week of being 'hostile towards religion.'" But those lawmakers are mistaken. It's not religion in general which the Air Force is becoming hostile toward. It is Christianity.
Jean Bodin, in his work "De la Demonomanie des Sorciers," writes, "Sorcier est celuy qui par moyens Diaboliques sciemment s'efforce de paruenir a quel que chose" - A sorcerer is one who by commerce with the Devil has a full intention of attaining his own ends." The Air Force Academy, while growing ever more hostile toward Christianity and the Word of God, has decided to open a chapel for such servants of the Devil. See here
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Let it burn. The Air Force should have never been a separate branch of the military anyway.
It will burn to the ground as a sign of what is to come.
Evidence that God shall not be mocked.
I had two opportunities to work at the AF Academy but I turned them down because of their support of satanic services and their approval of a Wiccan worship area in the woods somewhere on the campus.
I don't want to see anyone hurt, but I honestly believe this fire can God's judgment on the fact that the AF is trying to bring Satan's people, literally, into the leadership positions in the military. If that worship area is destroyed by the fire, I wonder how they will spin it.
Don't get me wrong, I love the Air Force, the time I served and people I got to meet, but there are many things they are doing that are not friendly towards basic and true Christianity, the Wiccan accommodations being just one example.
Something to think about.
Now I am really glad I did not take the job out there.
Something else to think about; my job in the AF was as a chapel manager, or what they now call chaplain's assistant. Back in 1992 we were told in a staff meeting that we would have to start accommodating satanic worship in our chapels, to which I very politely but sternly said "no." I would refuse to obey any direct orders to do so. Needless to say my remaining time in the AF was short-lived.
The AF chaplaincy program is a very pluralistic society that is not based on the concept of the God of the Bible, but is instead instead based on the concept of total inclusiveness of all religions. Wiccans and satanists have made the biggest inroads into the AF chaplaincy since that came into being, especially at the AF Academy. It is my fire belief that if the academy is destroyed in any way by the fires up there that it is indeed God's providential judgment upon them for turning from their evangelical Christian stance to one of exclusivity of Satanic worship into their core of beliefs.
This is not the same Air Force I served in. It is increasingly embracing Satanism and earth-centered religions which are openly hostile toward Christianity.
let me get this straight;
hundreds of homes destroyed, thousands of people evacuated because god is upset with the air force for allowing some nuts to practice wiccan?
That's includes me, because judgment starts at the house of the Lord.
1st Peter 4:17, "For it is time for judgment to begin with the family of God; and if it begins with us, what will the outcome be for those who do not obey the gospel of God?"
Don't shoot the messenger.
"God is very powerful, but also very insecure, like Barbra Streisand before James Brolin."
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