Wow, How Historic

The U.S. Army has, for the first time in history, promoted a black woman chaplain, Monica R. Lawson, to the rank of colonel. The ceremony began with the playing of a recording of “The Star-Spangled Banner” and ended with those gathered in person singing the Black national anthem. Lawson then spoke about “the sin of racism” and the need for “heartfelt, heart-changing dialogue.”

No Christian woman should be an Army chaplain. Why? Because no Christian man should be an Army chaplain. To do so is to serve two masters.  And besides, the U.S. military is an unholy institution.


9:30 am on September 4, 2020