U.S. Government Burns Bibles

by Bryant Evans on May 20, 2009

Yes, it is true. To avoid offending muslims the U.S. Army burned Bibles written in the language of the Afghan people. Here’s the link to a report.

Now I have a few questions:

  1. Who gave the order?
  2. How many Korans should we burn?
  3. Has the Army ever, at any time deliberately burned a Koran?
  4. Are soldiers expected to jettison their faith when they enlist? If so does that raise any serious questions for anyone else?
  5. Simply – why?

I assure you I have my own opinions but I want to hear yours.

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Warren Baldwin September 11, 2010 at 10:44 pm

I find it appalling, but I’m not surprised. The government is more into image than it is substance.

Bryant Evans September 12, 2010 at 5:23 am

Thanks for visiting Warren. I had forgotten about this story and just stumbled upon it. It says much about tolerance.

Sonia April 14, 2011 at 8:10 pm


I am happy that the Christians did not start an outrage because of it. I know if it was the other way round it may have been different but we serve a loving God and serving Him means we are humble. I feel sorry for those who feel threatened by our Bible, obviously they know it’s power or else why would there be a need to do such things.

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