I have decided that I will no longer attend any church on Memorial Day unless I know for sure ahead of time that the church: 1. Will not pledge to the flag. 2. Will not sing patriotic songs. 3. Will not ask God to bless America. 4. Will not have veterans wear their military uniforms. 5. Will not have all veterans stand and be applauded. 6. Will not say that U.S. soldiers defend our freedoms. 7. Will not say that as Christ died for our sins, so U.S. soldiers died for our freedoms. 8. Will not recognise police and fireman as public servants worthy of our praise.
I suspect that I will be staying home next year or taking the kids on a picnic. It is a disgrace that some or all of these things take place in American churches on Memorial Day Sunday.
Well, Mr. Vance, what church do you attend? At my church, the task of the day is to worship God and to take in His Body and Blood. What do they usually do in your church? I don’t want to nitpick doctrine, but when you perform the traditional liturgy of the Christian church, there are very few places where you can shoehorn-in the worship of Leviathan.