Fugitives from Fundamentalism

The Musings of Adult Missionary Kids (MKs) & Former Born-Again Believers

Kentucky’s Weapon Against Terrorism

Posted by Clamence/The Chaplain on December 3, 2008

Yet more evidence to demonstrate the wisdom of Thomas Jefferson and his call for a wall of separation between Church and State: Anti-terror law requires God be acknowledged. I have a feeling that if I were to ask State Representative Riner about his statement, “This is recognition that government alone cannot guarantee the perfect safety of the people of Kentucky […] Government itself, apart from God, cannot close the security gap. The job is too big for government,” by asking why God didn’t protect the safety of those people in the Twin Towers on 9/11 (despite the fact we had a “Christian President”) he would look at me blankly.

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2 Responses to “Kentucky’s Weapon Against Terrorism”

  1. Paulo said

    Well, according to Pat Robertson, Jerry Falwell, and other religious conservatives, God sometimes “lifts His protective hand” (allows disasters like hurricane Katrina and 9-11 to happen) “to implement His judgement on the nation’s sins.”

  2. The Chaplain said

    God should really quit it with all of the “protective hand” lifting. I don’t think the Holocaust Jews or Rwandans appreciate it much. Zeus should definitely start to get in on the action; the Christian God is just not cutting it any more.

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