Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Visiting the Cross-Marked Graves of the Unknowns




I am not sure that you can have such a thing as a "Christian Nation", for to be a Christian is to have a personal relationship with God, and that is done one heart at a time. Still, it is hard to deny when one sees scences like the Veteran's Memorial Graveyard in Fayetteville, that the heritage that led us to become the greatest nation on Earth was a Christian one. The headstones of unknown soldiers were graced with a cross, because the truth of the Gospel was assumed in that day, not attacked.

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Blogger Harvey Edwards said...

As a retired Navy Veteran of two Wars and a Past American Legion Commander I know one fact. Our Military is about the most religious of our brothers. Noone goes into battle without a prayer on his lips. Most times he is there because of the heritage that those before him are the ones who have protected our Constitution and thus have served God.

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