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Eisenhower Was Right: The Military-Industrial Complex Has Deformed America 


Paul Rosenberg
CaseyResearch.com
October 3, 2014

However much people may debate the history and nature of Christianity, no serious student concludes that it’s a war-based religion. Jesus talked endlessly of things like “having life,” “bearing fruit,” “forgiving,” and even “turning the other cheek.” Never did he talk about joining the army and killing national enemies. Never did he seek political solutions to problems. Never did he seek foreign policy solutions. And never did he tell people that soldiers purchased freedom for them.

Whether any of us like it or not, those things are simply not among Jesus’ teachings. About the best pro-war fact you can point to is that he didn’t tell soldiers to quit. But then again, neither did he tell slave owners to quit. Jesus very seldom, if ever, did a “thou shalt not.” He was interested in planting good seeds, not creating rules.

I bring all of this up because I have watched the churches of America spin in a very “un-Jesus” direction over the past decade or two. Granted, there have always been un-Jesus things in Christian churches, but this movement has been quick, broad, and propelled by state influence. To me, that makes it worthy of comment.

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