Oh, sure, this Sodrones article is all about the war imagery, but come on, we all know what's really scary to them--real Christians really trying to convert people from the world to Christ.
But Butler-Basse's (Christianity for all but the real Christians) histronics make for interesting reading in their own right.
“Taking the Hill” is a bizarre call to evangelize depicting Christians as “soldiers” in a war for souls under their “real” commander-in-chief, Jesus. It reveals almost pornographic-religious obsession with guns and violence that should be deeply disturbing for any faith community.
Reminds of the Robins guy from a post a few days ago, and his disgust with the hymn "Onward Christian Soldiers".
But all this is is spin. I am pro-gun-rights, but not obsessed with violence.
I know that it is a free country, and that we have both religious freedom and certain rights to own guns. But when these two rights interweave — as they are doing — it is dangerous to both church and state.
Oh, dear, the church-goers have guns, runnnnnn!!!!!
(and watch out for the zombies)
Now, who's fear-mongering here? This church's use of military metaphors is "dangerous to both church and state"?
Guns and grace don’t go together.
Yeah, I guess that's what she's saying. It's silly, I know, but that's her take on it.