Company that makes soldiers dog tag with Bible verses told to stop promoting them with military logo
For decades, US military soldiers have worn dog tags (necklace tags) with Bible verses engraved on them. It gives the light and hope, especially in active combat and in some of their darkest times.
For families who’ve lost their loved ones from combat, this is one of their most cherished possessions to remember them, but progressive liberals, in the name of equality, threnes it to an end.
Shields of Strength private company
Fox News reported that “Shields of Strength,” the faith-based company that prints Bible verses on dog tags for the military, was told by America’s fast-becoming “woke army” to stop selling tags with both Bible verses and military logo.
Mikey Weinstein, MRFF president, complained to the Department of Defense saying it “poisons the constitutionally-mandated separation of Church and State…“
Since 2000, Shields of Strength has provided military members with the dog-tags with engraved scripture such as Joshua 1:9 (“Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid, do not be discouraged for the LORD your God will be with you wherever you go.”) and Psalm 27:3.
Trademark violations of manufacturers
Although nobody stops a company from making Bible verse dog tags or stopping anyone from wearing them, it sends a strong message of discrimination to those who wear them.
They just can’t be officially licensed by the Marine Corps and have the trademarked Marine Corps emblem on them, DOD.
For years, MRFF has complained about all religious paraphernalia, especially the Bible, which they want to be removed from public places.
ACLJ, a group that defends religious freedom is helping to settle the issue, countering the demand by stipulating the constitutionality of individuals who want this.
The days are evil, not just in America, but to the rest of true believers worldwide.