This is Obama’s military where Christians are evil and Muslims are just dandy.
According to the Military Times, “A Pentecostal chaplain once assigned to elite Navy SEAL units may be kicked out of the Navy for allegedly scolding sailors for homosexuality and premarital sex.”
Lt. Cmdr. Wesley Modder was given a “detachment for cause” letter on Feb. 17 after his commanders concluded that he is “intolerant” and “unable to function in the diverse and pluralistic environment” of his current assignment at the Navy Nuclear Power Training Command in South Carolina.”
“Modder denies any wrongdoing and is fighting the dismissal with attorneys from the Liberty Institute, which advocates for religious expression in the military and in public institutions. Modder has served more than 19 years and could lose his retirement benefits if the Navy convenes a board of inquiry and officially separate him before he completes 20 years of service.”
Military Times reports these specific instances detailed in the letter:
— Told a female that she was “shaming herself in the eyes of god” for having premarital sex.
— Told another student that homosexuality was wrong and that “the penis was meant for the vagina and not for the anus.”
— Suggested to a student that he, Modder, had the ability to “save” gay people.
— “Berated” a student for becoming pregnant while not married.
Yeah, well, Pentecostals do not believe in premarital sex, they adhere to Romans Chapter One when it comes to accepting homosexuality as sin. They believe that God’s saving grace can save anyone from sin. I am not a Pentecostal, but you can bet by the end of the day, the progressive socialist left will have made me out to be one.
Now, I’m not about to debate what Chaplain Modder said or did but here is my stickling point. The Navy Commanders stated in a letter that “he is “intolerant” and “unable to function in the diverse and pluralistic environment” of his current assignment at the Navy Nuclear Power Training Command in South Carolina.”
Did anyone think to say the same thing about someone who was also counseling American troops — a military psychiatrist at Walter Reed Army Medical Center named Major Malik Nidal Hasan?
Reports firmly state that Hasan was proselytizing and condemning Soldiers for fighting against his religious belief, Islam. So I’m going to ask the real hard question here: why did no one make a big deal about discharging Hasan?
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