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Texas Cop ‘Kills For Christ,’ Claims to be ‘Christian Warrior’

A Texas police officer has self-published a controversial new book in which he justifies killing men in the line of duty by invoking his Christian beliefs.

SWAT Officer Charlie Eipper has self-published a book called “Jesus Christ on Killing,” in which he says Jesus would not only condone but support his use of deadly force.

The Wichita Falls Times Record News reports, “Eipper has considered himself a professional warrior in the service of his country for the past 23 years. He served three years as a helicopter pilot in the Army, then 16 years on the Wichita Falls Police Department SWAT team as a sniper and team leader of the gang unit.”

Eipper says that when his career began, he was told that killing was wrong in the eyes of Christ. The Times Record News reports, however, “After studying the Bible with the help of Grace Church Pastor Tom Rodgers, today Eipper is confident that Jesus Christ supports warriors.”

“The Scriptures are clear that God condones the use of deadly force in killing whenever we are threatened,” Eipper said. “A woman who carries a handgun with a concealed carry license can be assured that she can defend herself with deadly force and still be in complete fellowship with her Savior.”

But why write a book?

Eipper says the movie Rambo IV, in which Rambo takes missionaries up the river to Burma, was his inspiration.

“He didn’t want to, but finally did.” Eipper says. “Their boat got taken over by river pirates. He had to kill them to save everybody. When Rambo was dropping the missionaries off at their destination, the lead missionary was stepping off the boat and turned to Rambo. ‘I know you think what you did is right,’ the missionary said, ‘but it’s never right to take a life.’”

Eipper says that moment made him cringe.

“I thought, ‘What if there’s a young believer in Christ watching this? What if it’s somebody who is in the Marine Corps? Or an officer?’ They’re going to be so confused. They’ll think, ‘Surely this guy is speaking on authority of scripture.’”

Eipper believes we have a very wrong view of Jesus.

“When Jesus comes back, he will be the man of war,” Eipper said. “When he comes back, there will be a whole lot of killing going on. Scripture says that Jesus is going to be the one doing it. Our Savior will be going to battle. Finally, Israel will see their national salvation occurring.”

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  • Sieben713

    That doesn’t surprise me, texas is full of people just like him

    • Lmaris

      As are the other 49 states. Pretending his views are not widely held is just willfully naive.

      • Pwnzistor

        It’s Texas… Texas is a pretty special case when it comes to twisted conservative and christian beliefs.

        • Mike Fundinn Morris

          I am concerned for my heathen brothers and sisters in Texas now.

  • Dave

    I see the new Head of Security for Hobby Lobby!!!!

  • elleol

    I thought all that killing was in the original testament, and Jesus in the new testament. This man is totally turned around.

    • Thomas W. Yale

      You’re right, the 5th, 6th or 7th commandment, depending on where you look, is “Thou shalt not kill.” I did a little digging in the New Testament, though. “Ye have heard that it was said by them of old time, Thou shalt not kill; and whosoever shall kill shall be in danger of the judgment: but I say unto you, That whosoever is angry with his brother without a cause shall be in danger of the judgment: …” Matthew 5:21-22.

      There’s more, but the thing is Jesus specifies that if you kill, you’re in trouble “without a cause”. So I guess if someone’s trying to kill you, that’s cause enough no matter what religion you espouse. And being a policeman more often gives you even greater cause than most other professions.

      One thing that does disturb me is when he says, “A woman who carries a handgun with a concealed carry license can be assured that she can defend herself with deadly force and still be in complete fellowship with her Savior.” Well, a complete nutjob can pursue deadly force and totally justify it in his own mind. The point is, if you’re ever in that situation, the really important thing to remember is that SOMEONE IS TRYING TO KILL YOU. And the Rambo influence. Also questionable.

  • Bo C. Hall

    And Jesus cringes whenever this guy claims to speak for the almighty. What a perversion of Christianity.

  • Mark Mitchell

    Wow, dude; see a shrink before it’s too late. As for you “pastor,” he should too.

    • That was my first thought….he gets with the minister (I use that term loosly) and they both twist the words in the Bible to justify what he had done and would do was just FINE with the Lord. BOTH of those men should be brought up on murder charges.

  • J. Kevin Michel

    Another Minion of Satan masquerading as a christian.

    • Lmaris

      Nope, another Christian living his faith, as Christians accuse violent Muslims of doing. Read the bible. It requires all sorts of violent acts by its believers.

      • Dylan Hendrix

        You are slap out of your mind. The old testament speaks of killing, the New Testament prohibits it for all reasons. Get bent you twisted sack of excrement.

        • richiew

          lol.. I love when “Christians” prove they never actually read the bible..

          • WARLION

            You’re one to talk! You haven’t read the Bible.Like I’ve been saying on this page.What does Jesus say in Luke 19:27? Looks like I’ve ACTUALLY read the Bible huh?!

        • dethkat666

          If the Old Testament is no longer relevant, then why is it still part of the Bible?

          And BTW, the one who has to spin the Bible to support one’s claims is the real “twisted sack of excrement.”

          • Truthforme

            The Bible and the Koran are pretty much the same since they came from the people of the same region with the same God and much of the same violence. Christians have the new Testament which does not have the violence and harsh rules of the old testament!

          • Hello, Christianity is not a European religion, Judaism and Judeo- Christianity are Jewish supremacist cults. http://freyjahof.blogspot.com/2012/08/quotes-from-holy-talmudwhy-hell-would.html

          • Truthforme

            I said that the people of the middle East made the Bible and the Koran nothing about Europe!

          • WARLION

            Thank you bro! I get tired of telling people that why did God allow Abraham,David,Saul,Joshua,Moses,Solomon & many others of the OT to kill evil maggotbags.But we’re forbidden to? That’s because the illuminati that have hijacked Christianity with their Masonic preachers feminizing men.Want people to be passive so when the Tribulation starts & NWO troops come to take people to FEMA death camps.You’ll have to turn the other cheek,which no one gets either!
            Jesus says if a man smites you in the cheek,offer him the other one.
            JESUS DIDN’T TELL PEOPLE TO LET THEM STRIKE YOU A THIRD TIME!!!

          • Sage

            BLA BLA BLA Jesus was a gay boy who blew 12 men for desert for a last supper.

        • KSEubanks

          I’ve always thought how very handy it is for christians to be able to twist, change, rewrite, reinterpret, and so on, the bible to suit their particular sect of the christian cult.
          The OT is still used, still printed into the bible as a whole – I don’t think I’ve ever seen “just” the NT in it’s own book – and is still taught as part of the brainwashing christians do to children and others.

          By the way Dylan, nice way to show off your christian faith and love for your fellow human. Of course that kind of “faith” and “love” are becoming more and more common among christians these days. JC (assuming he was a real person and actually divine of course) would be sickened and appalled by what christians have done to and with his teachings. Yet another reason to be an atheist.

          • Barry

            They don’t really care about Jesus.

          • KSEubanks

            Unless he fits their agenda, then the caring goes through the roof.

          • Barry

            Jesus has been hijacked and is now a pawn in some pretty evil plots. Poor guy has never been given the respect of being taken at his word.

          • KSEubanks

            I think taking JC at his word is difficult for a lot of us. I, and a good many other people I know, don’t believe in the divinity of JC but, if he was real, his teachings can be interesting, divine or not.

          • WARLION

            Yep,hijacked by the illuminati! That’s why there’s real Messengers of Christ exposing them & their Masonic preachers.Exposing them not teaching the Warriorship of Christ & feminizing men to be passive.People talk about how Jesus told us to love our enemies but not Jesus telling His warriors to slay His enemies/Satan & Godbashers such as alot of you in Luke 19:27

          • WARLION

            Hmmmm,that’s strange because I have a little Bible that has just the NT!
            I just crack up at some of you moronic fools! Lol
            People will do anything to discredit something they never understand.Because they waste their breath,talking about something they don’t read or try to understand or ask logical,& not smartaleck questions.
            Christians brainwashing children? But its ok for people to teach Luciferian,paganistic figures such as Satan Clause,I meant Santa,or Ishtar,I meant Ashteroth,wait I meant the easter bunny huh?
            Its ok for schools to teach about Muhammad or Allah,Zeus,Jupiter,Medusa,Osiris-Isis-Horus/Amon RA but not Jesus and taking the REAL GOD out of schools though huh?
            Jesus didn’t exist huh?
            Well then neither did Buddha Guatama,Socrates,Confucius,Plato,Alexander the Great,Prince Xerxes of Persia,all the pharoahs of Egypt,Cleopatra,Nefirtiti,& other historical figures.Because if Jesus didn’t exist…THEN NEITHER DID THEY!
            Because they was ‘BEFORE’ Jesus Christ!!!
            Jesus existed…CASE CLOSED!!!

          • KSEubanks

            “I just crack up at some of you moronic fools!” Pot, meet kettle.

            “People will do anything to discredit something they never understand.Because they waste their breath,talking about something they don’t read or try to understand or ask logical,& not smartaleck questions.”
            I didn’t ask you any questions smart alec or not.
            I “understand” JC and the Xian god just fine – and I’ve read the bible several times – which is one of MANY reasons I don’t believe in either of them.
            JC **may** have been a real person but that doesn’t mean he was in any way “divine” or god or god’s kid. There’s at least **some** evidence for the historic JC but there’s ZERO evidence for his divinity and ZERO evidence for the existence of any gods. If I see good, solid evidence for him/her/it being a real being then I’d believe in it but until then I’ve no use at all for JC or god(s).
            “Christians brainwashing children? But its ok for people to teach Luciferian,paganistic figures such as Satan Clause,I meant Santa,or Ishtar,I meant Ashteroth,wait I meant the easter bunny huh?”

            Where did I say it was OK to teach any of those things to children? You won’t find it as I didn’t say it. I never told my kids there is a Santa or an Easter Bunny. Their **grandparents** did but my wife and I did not.
            “Its ok for schools to teach about Muhammad or Allah,Zeus,Jupiter,Medusa,Osiris-Isis-Horus/Amon RA but not Jesus and taking the REAL GOD out of schools though huh?”

            Sure, it’s fine to teach about those beings in school. They can even teach about JC and the Xian god – I learned plenty about all of them in my high school’s religious history as did my kids – but the teachers can’t lead prayer, proselytize, or teach that there’s a “real god”. Since our country is so diverse teaching or leading prayer would likely leave out quite a few kids which would make those teachings and prayers discriminatory. Your comment about the “real god” is one of the reasons that prayer, etc…was cut from the schools. Which one of thousands is the “real god”? Is there any evidence for the existence of a “real god”? Nope so the lessons would be pointless.

            “Jesus didn’t exist huh?Well then neither did Buddha Guatama,Socrates,Confucius,Plato,Alexander the Great,Prince Xerxes of Persia,all the pharoahs of Egypt,Cleopatra,Nefirtiti,& other historical figures.Because if Jesus didn’t exist…THEN NEITHER DID THEY!
            Because they was ‘BEFORE’ Jesus Christ!!!
            Jesus existed…CASE CLOSED!!!”

            There’s a LOT of documentation and other evidence for the existence of several people you just named. Aside from the bible there’s none for the existence of JC which makes it **awfully** hard for some folks to believe he existed. Even if he did exist it doesn’t mean he was divine or the “son of god”.
            Case closed? Um, no, it’s not. Maybe in your mind it is but for those of us who require evidence for what we are supposed to believe in the case is FAR from closed.
            I’m fairly certain you won’t read all of this but if you do I am sure you’ll want to shoot down what I’ve said here. Fire away but you really DON’T have any evidence for your claims aside from a 2000 year old book…which means you have no evidence at all.

        • WARLION

          Really? What does Jesus say in Luke 19:27 or 22:36? And that’s the New Testament sheeple!

      • I_B_ME

        Now you see why your god was killed on a cross, the correct punishment for a mass murderer

        • Kurt Cook

          name one person whom Jesus killed, oh ye who never read the bible.

          • karlleuba

            There is one example of your position, Kurt. But if you think being denied the Kingdom of Heaven because you will not worship Jesus is not Killing what exactly do you think it is?

          • Barry

            Jesus did not kill. His so called followers are the ones with a blood lust.

          • Sage

            The father the son the Holy Ghost
            Trinity
            Same thing same god same mass murderer you dumbass

        • Erik Galston

          technically Jesus isn’t a god… so you are wrong..

          • karlleuba

            Erik, I believe that Jesus is NOT God so I agree with your premise. But I also agree with I B Me. Jesus, God or Not God, fomented revolt against the Roman Occupiers. We call him a freedom fighter. The Government considered him an enemy of the state.

          • Barry

            Actually Jesus’ revolution was against the Jews who he believed were (are you ready for this) twisting the word of GOD. lol

          • Sage

            Technically there is no god.
            And you are a dumbass religious mental defect

          • Erik Galston

            wow… i could care less about religion, just was pointing out that jesus wasn’t a god…

          • I_B_ME

            The father, The son, the holy ghost. (Trinity) So technically you are wrong.

          • The trinity is Odin, Thor, and Frey. The rest is made up to mix Judeo Christianity with the previously existing REAL religion, Odinism and to make this sick Jewish Marxist cult appear legitimate. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=divGCREcMcU&list=UU3eYX0vcHaL-ox4F06deLJw

          • I_B_ME

            The story is older than than that, every religion states their story it the first but it is really just the LAST version.

          • Jesus is not and never was a god. Jews lie. Our native European religion is Odinism. https://odinia.org/what-is-odinism/

          • Mike Fundinn Morris

            Heil!

        • WARLION

          Hahaha,more ignorance! Lets see you die for someone! No,because alot of you antichrist are selfish devils that spew out hatred like a serpent.Sound alot like the Serpent of old-LUCY-fer! It just amazes me how an atheist THAT DOESN’T BELIEVE IN GOD OR THE DEVIL.Sits around & bashes something they don’t believe in,sounds like an oxymoron to me! Do some of you atheist ever ask yourself or another that question? No because deep down,you’re covert satanist.Even if you don’t believe in Satan,you’re unwittingly serving him by hating God…deny it all you want! But the truth stings like a scorpion!

          • I_B_ME

            I am not anti christ- I fisted him gooey, I am anti christian, get it correct ok

      • Sage

        Another nut job serial murderer for a fake religion and a fake dog/god

      • Of course it does, it’s Jewish. It was not meant for Europeans, any more than Islam is. http://freyjahof.blogspot.com/2012/08/quotes-from-holy-talmudwhy-hell-would.html

      • WARLION

        Uh,do you see Christians going around beheading people? No…case closed!

        • Sage

          It was called the inquisition you retreaded mental defect, not only are you a little junk liar, you are probably a christian, who prays to the serial killer known by you, as your god. May you get sent to him express and in flames.

    • WARLION

      So,the disciples that Jesus told of to bring His enemies in front of Him to slay(Luke 19:27) was Satan masquerading as disciples of Christ?
      So all the killing Abraham,Moses,Saul,David,joshua,& others did was Satan huh?

      I have a question for some of you.
      What if a bunch of evil,God hating scumbags tried breaking in your home to rape your wife & children.Then will eventually kill you.If you have something to defend yourself.Will you or will you not kill them men to prevent you,your wife & children from being assaulted & killed? If not,you deserve to die,& God will think you’re a coward!
      God said thou shall not kill…NOT,THOUGH SHALL NOT DEFEND THYSELF!
      Im beginning to wonder if people have any common sense & don’t understand God or the Bible.People need to use the brain God gave them,because there’s to much lack of wisdom.

      • Sage

        BLA BLA BLA, your holy book is the best toilet paper the Torah and the Koran make a good number two LOLOLOL

  • Alana Danes

    So he has killed because of his beliefs? Seems like it should be easy to find out if it’s true or not and throw this guy in prison where he belongs.

  • Frances Gandy Walsh

    Truth is he is part of the far flung nuts all across this country. Wonder why Texas doesn’t stop these nuts. Last week Johnny Rhoda said if Hillary Clinton showed up at the border of Arkansas she’d probably get shot. I mean republicans have the script well written. Vote them out.

    • Skip Patterson

      Can’t be too long till they will start chanting “JFK”

    • Barry

      Eventually the Federal Govt will need to weed them out… it will not be pretty and it will be bloody. They will die in large numbers for something they believe gives them the right to threaten and kill.

      • The federal government is controlled by ZOG who wants us to fight and die for Israehell, so I very much doubt that, Barry.

        • KSEubanks

          Our government, federal or state is not controlled by “ZOG”. There’s no such thing as ZOG (Zionist Occupation Government), that’s just an anti-semitic conspiracy theory that’s been around for far, FAR too long.
          Aside from that the statement that “They want us to fight and die for Israel” is also a load of garbage. When have Americans ever been sent to “fight and die for Israel”? That’s a flat out fabrication.

  • psphilip

    interesting…do you want this nut case carrying a gun? BTW they already TRIED killing for christ the CRUSADES ..see how that ended? or the inquisition in spain or the IRISH PROBLEM? and BTW JESUS wasa pacifist….REALLY REALLY SICKMAN AND his preacher

    • Paully

      Why don’t you tell the truth? Every Crusade that was started was in response to Muslims killing innocent people. but then again that doesn’t paint a bad picture for Christianity so you keep that part out…. Jesus believes in justice and would want his people the right to defend themselves.

      • psphilip

        ignorant perons the CRUSADES were about convert or die the spanish inquistion convert of die…you only know ASSHAT history VERY sad..TRY FACTS NOT FOX the RACIST CHANNEL

        • Paully

          Convert or die IS islam. still is and always has been.

          • psphilip

            moron not true atall MUSLIMS do not knock on my door and tel lme t o convert and be saved…btw how was IRELAND for your chrisita nbeleifs cAtholic versius prodestant KILL each other in the name of jesus? you really are a racist moron…TRY reading REA L history….there NEVER was a muslim conversion crusade they conquered lands thechrisitans dmeanded conversion to chrisitanity

          • Paully

            liberal rule #1. when losing a debate call them a racist.

          • KSEubanks

            No, it’s not. You, like all the christian fundies I’ve ever known seem to be able to whitewash any and all christian atrocities through history from your mind. Convert or die is something the RCC and other christian sects have been very good at through history. In fact they were good enough at it that I’m sure muslims learned it from them.
            The christian cult is NO BETTER than any other religion and their actions throughout history have proven that time and again.

          • Paully

            The HUGE thing you seem to forget is, whenever someone does something atrocious like Hitler for example and claim to be Christian they are going AGAINST the teachings of Jesus. However whenever a Muslim does something like cut off a Christians head like they have been doing a lot the past few months, they are doing so by the teachings in the Quran. BIG difference! You are theorizing and it is obvious you know nothing about the Christian religion… shame on you!

          • KSEubanks

            Shame on me? That is hysterical! I know far more than you’d ever believe about that stupid religion. These days there’s a large part of the christianity cult that claims JC would approve of all the hatred and intolerance they preach and spread. So they are no different than the followers of islam if that’s what you choose to believe about them.
            On the other hand you are theorizing and it’s obvious you know nothing about the real teachings of islam…or likely any other religion as I am sure they are “wrong” in your mind…Shame on you!

          • Shame on you. I think this man is a monster for wanting to kill people for Israel, but you need to learn who committed the real atrocities if you really do not know. https://odinia.org/what-are-values/

          • Christianity is not a European religion. https://odinia.org/what-is-honor/

          • KSEubanks

            I never said it was. It has been spread through and by European governments since the very early days of the religion though.

          • diablodejalisco

            Paully, you are just an idiot.

          • Rob Cahill

            But…. he’s not losing, you’re the one changing history to suit your beliefs.

          • Seems to me the way you’ve all been behaving lately that that is the Christian way. You people have become absolutely hateful and rigid and very dangerous now with your open carry aggression. You’re not christ-like.

          • karlleuba

            Paully, I guess you never heard of the Conquistadors. Or, for that matter the Crusaders. You are aware that the Crusades were an early sample of preemptive invasion to defend against a (strangely) Muslim threat that never materialized. It’s been nearly a thousand years since the first Crusade, and the Muslims have not sent an army against us yet.

          • Paully

            You are blind to the truth of the world. Just last month i saw Muslims beheading Christians. And what about them kidnapping those little Christian girls? or how about the Christian woman who was jailed and lost her child and was/is to be executed? and you say muslims havent sent an army. You forget armys come in all shapes and sizes.

          • KSEubanks

            I think most atheists are far from blind to the ‘truth’ of the world but most of us also don’t try to bury the past when christians were every bit as bad as any muslim in today’s world.
            The actions you are pointing out happen, for the most part, in the Middle East where a good many people live under Sharia law and regard other religions of any stripe as the enemy. Just as christians do when it comes to muslims.

        • Antonio Taylor

          Psphillip you are so right.

        • Certainly that would be the Jewish promoted view, based on their 97 percent media ownership, but that would be, and always is, untrue when one looks at the facts. For example WW2. https://odinia.org/what-are-values/

          • KSEubanks

            The media is not 97% Jewish owned. I’m not sure where you get your numbers but it surely looks like they are just made up. And that website you keep posting a link for certainly spreads more than it’s fair share of antisemitic garbage.

        • Christians did kill millions, but that too was Jewish led white genocide. Who do you think invented Christianity. https://odinia.org/what-is-honor/

          • KSEubanks

            Wow, you certainly have a problem with Jewish people don’t you? It’ll be a great day for this world when that kind of bigotry and racism is completely gone.

      • Antonio Taylor

        Paully, that’s a crock. If you’re going to deny history st least pick something that’s obscure so most people won’t know it’s bs right off. The Crusades weren’t in response to anything that was instigated by Muslims. It was about greed. GREED! Plain and simple. And it was Christians who instigated the violence. And the Muslims who responded in kind. Stop blaming Muslims for everything. Greed and religion have been responsible for more violence and wars than anything else.

        • KSEubanks

          Thank you Antonio!

        • Dudley Morris

          Antonio, you don’t know what you’re talking about, and if you learned this at school your teachers should be sued for malpractice. Quite simply, if the expansionist armies of Islam hadn’t overrun Christian lands and forced conversions at the point of a sword, the Crusades would never have happened.

          • RockheadedMama

            Exactly where, in your mind, were the “Christian lands” “overrun” by “expansionist armies of Islam” that “forced conversions at the point of a sword”? I can only find references to Christians traveling to Muslim lands, where the “christian” crusaders massacred Jews, Christians, Muslims alike. (Remember, Jerusalem is a Holy City to Muslims too). In fact, that is precisely why the Crusades were such a failure — instead of trying to bring “democracy” by the tip of the sword (Bush Iraq war), the Crusades were “Christians” trying to bring “christianity” by the tip of the sword, and open up new opportunities for business and commerce. Obviously, both were abject failures.

            I can find no reference where Crusaders captured any lands and returned them. I did find this rationale and call to arms by the Pope that started the Crusades:

            In 1095, Pope Urban II called for a crusade against the Muslims to regain control of Jerusalem. To all crusaders, he gave this promise:

            “All who die by the way, whether by land or by sea, or in battle against the [Muslims], shall have immediate [forgiveness] of sins.” That doesn’t sound Biblically directed but rather politically directed to me.

            At the urging of Pope Urban II in 1095, the First Crusade succeeded in taking Jerusalem and was the most successful from the European point of view. When Jerusalem fell in 1099, crusaders massacred Jews, Christians and Muslims alike. Then the leaders divided up the land into territories, each governed by a European feudal lord.

            So, the Crusades were very much like the Iraq war of Bush, fought for commerce and trade, control of natural resources while using religion as a tool to incite and inflame “christians” so they would fight the war.

            Throughout history people have misused “religion” to further their own goals while making it palatable to others by wrapping it up in patriotism and religion.

          • Dudley Morris

            I don’t know where you’re getting your information from, but I’m guessing it’s not from a disinterested work of history. Check out Wikipedia’s pages on the Crusades and “Muslim Conquests”, there’s a lot of good information there – and before you say anything about Wikipedia or hypocrisy, bear in mind that it’s as good as any other encyclopedic source on issues and individuals not of current controversy.

          • karlleuba

            Dudley, do your research before you open yourself to criticism for being wrong. The Crusades began in the 10th Century. The expansion of Islam began was entirely peaceful until Mehamed II invaded North Africa and the Middle East in the 15th Century. And he was not conquering Christians, he was after the Byzantines. You are correct that the war on Islam started about then, but it was a Catholic aggression. See the Inquisition, the expulsion of Muslims and Jews from Spain, and incidentally the colonization of the New World, driven in part by the Roman Catholic Missionaries and their bloodthirsty conversion of the natives.

          • Dudley Morris

            I would never claim to be an authority, but would nonetheless suggest that you improve your own research and perhaps consult less biased sources. The expansion of Islam was anything but entirely peaceful – it was a militant creed from almost Day 1 and the violence perpetrated by Mohammed and his followers is well recorded. From there it expanded across the Levant and north Africa and into Europe. Indeed, why were there Muslims in Spain who could be expelled? Do you somehow think that the Moors took control of Spanish territory through reasoned argument rather than force of arms and forced conversion?

            No one is going to deny that Christians have plenty of blood on their hands, but to deny that Islam expanded out of Arabia by entirely peaceful means is just not correct.

      • diablodejalisco

        they make it up as they go. if we dont dump these right wing nuts we will be in trouble. there are more idiots in the country than we want to believe.

  • Doc Hoilday

    Ummm Thal shalt not Kill …did he skip that part?

    • Paully

      BIble says “thou shall not MURDER” the Hebrew language is VERY clear on the difference. King James got translated wrong with that commandment. Otherwise why would God tell his people to go into the City of Jericho and kill them all if all forms of Killing were a sin. And more importantly if it were one of the 10 commandments… lol

  • Karlheinz Groeger

    Sometimes you just can’t fix stupid!

  • LyndaLBD

    Jesus said “Kill by the sword, you will die by the sword.” Taking up weapons in HIS name was wrong to him. He healed the soldier’s ear and said goodbye to Peter.

  • Police Chaplain

    While this comment won’t impact those who continue to have a bone to pick with law enforcement (not to mention that they didn’t read either Chuck’s book or THE Book), but as both a police chaplain, minister and fellow officer, the book is absolutely sound biblically (basic Bible 101). The the proper translation of the Hebrew word used here (“ratsach”) is “murder” — not “kill”. Moreover, Exodus 15:3 reveals that “the Lord is a warrior, the Lord is His name”. Numerous passages in Revelation further reveal Christ’s second coming as a warrior to take out satan and his demons. Clearly, our Savior is no wimp yet loves us so much that He willingly went to the cross for us (and defeated death by rising 3 days later). Summation? Outstanding book that is right on target biblically.

    • Bobbie Jo Justice

      so is he obeying his babble, er, sorry, I mean bible, and murdering everyone who works on the Sabbath as commanded by Exodus 35:2 ?
      it’s always nice to hear from the “loving and tolerant” Christians.

      • Paully

        I notice you are using the “OLD” Testament which is the covenant with the Jews.. nice try but we are Christians and follow the “New” Testament….

        • Bobbie Jo Justice

          okay, so thanks for admitting that the 1st half of the Christian bible is nothing but a load of horse manure.
          secondly, do you believe in liberty and justice for ALL ?

          • Paully

            The Old Testament is very strict. It lets us know God has high standards which is why I am so grateful Jesus came and made a new covenant with us. I do believe in liberty and justice for everyone. that being said, I’m sure you are referring to homosexuals am i right? Let me say God loves everyone especially homosexuals, however he hates sin. And homosexuality is a sin punishable by death. Just like all the other sins that are punishable by death. It still doesn’t mean God doesn’t love everyone.

          • psphilip

            y ouREALLY need MEDS….if sin was the reaso n to be KILLED a violation of the TE NCOMANDMENTS..then adulterers liars cheats and YOU would be DEAD simply because YOU are arrogant ignoarant and of course a HATER of others who do not beleive as you do SAD your church FAILED yo uso badly

          • KSEubanks

            Oh yeah, let’s all worship a murderous, insecure, and hateful sky-daddy myth. “Worship me or die. Sin and die. Worship my kid or roast in eternal hellfire and torment.” Yeah, that’s the “loving god” that religion, especially christianity, demands we all follow. No, thank you, that the very **last** supernatural myth I would ever choose to have faith in.

          • “And homosexuality is a sin punishable by death. Just like all the other sins that are punishable by death”

            What’s the point of free will if you are condemned by your fellow man for one that isn’t injurious to anyone but the sinner? What kind of backwards brain loops do you have to wrap your thought process around to make that ok??

            Also – the US isn’t a Christian nation. Many of the founding fathers were *NOT* Christian. In fact, one of the reasons they were done with England was because The Church of England was too involved in the politics. So, regardless of the ridiculousness of the words and cognitive disconnect of the bible, this country doesn’t allow you to kill in the name of your religion. Ever. Period. And the second one claims that, they should immediately be tried for murder. Cop or not.

          • Paully

            I will start off by saying, I absolutely despise the police. I think they are pirates that break their oath to protect the Constitution on a daily basis. They are bullies with a badge plain and simple. But this Country was started in New York with President Washington Declaring to God that this country would be a Christian Nation protected by God. They wanted the first amendment to protect from a particular Christian sect to take over and rule all others. LIke in ENGLAND!! WIth the Catholic Church. That does not mean they didn’t want us to be a Christian nation. They wrongly assumed we would always put God first in this Country…

          • Actually, no. Go read the Treaty of Tripoli, written by John Adams, one of the founding fathers:

            “As the Government of the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion.”

            So no, the country was NOT founded on the belief that it’d be a Christian nation, especially considering that the founding fathers were extremely divergent in faiths – from Roman Catholic to Congregationalist to Deist.

          • Paully

            That is COMPLETELY false. Each State had it’s own Christian church set up. They were afraid of a particular Church holding power over the others. Maybe this will help you….. http://www.kknfa.org/Religion_13Colonies.htm

          • HunterGirl

            So, I’m thinking, as long as we are basing our actions on fictional novels, how about we go grab our copies of Game of Thrones?? The clothes are way better, women still get the short end of the stick, but ain’t nobody gonna tell Brienne of Tarth she can’t have her IUD!! And I’m not even going to start with what Arya thinks is necessary when confronted with an enemy.

        • silentnonrev

          “MY imaginary friend can beat up YOUR imaginary friend”

    • Paully

      Well said, People don’t realize that when the 10 commandments were translated they put, “thou shall not kill” instead of “thou shall not Murder” two very different words. Also in the end war blood will be up to the horses girdle.

    • KSEubanks

      All the more reason it’ll be a great day when any and all religions cease to exist.

      • silentnonrev

        amen to that, so to speak

    • somebodiesbizness

      Your distortion of Holy Scripture is exactly why we have a two term win for President Obama. Your mimicking Hitler, not Christ.

    • Jack Vigdor

      You are a true moron. The NT supersedes the OT and the violence of the OT is sort of condemned by Jesus in both the sermon on the mount and other passages. The REAL message of bible is that after the destruction if Jerusalem by both the Babylonians and Romans, the prophets and Jesus see the futility of war and violence. Maybe you should give up your pulpit and learn the bible against.

    • davidcayjohnston

      Police Chaplain,

      Thank you for the Old Testament reference, but Officer Eipper’s argument is based on the New Testament.

      Can you please cite scripture, chapter and verse, supporting his thesis, which I somehow missed when I read every word of New Testament scripture.

      If his self-published book is as you say “absolutely sound biblically” then you should have no trouble citing multiple verses on your own or from his book.

  • Ronald N. Wall

    Every time a Christian says, “We’re not like Muslims. We don’t kill anybody” I cringe. I think I’ll save this so I can simply point to this when some right-to-lifer says abortion is murder.

    • Bobbie Jo Justice

      the Christian Taliban is the worst.
      I’ll take a muslim over most Christians any day.

      • John J Bailey

        and they will be more than happy to lop your liberal head off. unless you convert to Islam, you are an infidel to them and killing you and people like you, will make them more than happy to follow mohammed’s orders and kill you… if you can’t read a bible, then read the Koran.. you may learn something about the people you would love to be with.

        • Bobbie Jo Justice

          you mean like the Christian babble, i.e., let’s murder everyone who works on the Sabbath (exodus 35:2), or how about this gem from the Christian babble, er, sorry, I mean bible….

          Deuteronomy 22:28-29 NLT)

          If a man is caught in the act of raping a young woman who is not engaged, he must pay fifty pieces of silver to her father. Then he must marry the young woman because he violated her, and he will never be allowed to divorce her.

          What kind of lunatic would make a rape victim marry her attacker? Answer: God.

        • Henry Muller

          seems to me muslims had the extremist under control for 1000’s of years till the christian extremeists came along…and forever changed that dynamic…and now the christians whine about it as if they had nothing to do with it…pathetic…!!!!

        • Wes

          I’m sorry but I know several Muslims who are kind wonderful people who live a life of peace. It’s just a small group of extremist Muslims who cause problems. Just like how most Christians are peaceful nonviolent people but then you get a few nut jobs who want to start shooting. stop lumping people into one catagory and acting like you know them all

        • mike

          That is true. My grandfather and family left Egypt the birth of Christian beliefs because Muslims. Try mistreated and had to fight all their lives because we belive in Jesus. Mosks over there in the middle of cairo most liberal city in middle east spews hatred. Kill Christian pleases God amen, to marry a Christian pleases God amen, hours of this crap the warrior in me beat that supposed religious leaders butt. They hate us and this year alone burned 63 churches that have very important artifacts to the apostles and Jesus. They are flipping crazy. Can even put your cross on outside. I tell u I dared anyone to touch me. Anyhow I have been to middle east they hate hate Christian believers and jews.

  • Bobbie Jo Justice

    The Christian Taliban, yet another fine example of why I am an atheist.

    • KSEubanks

      Thank you Bobbie Jo, I agree. These people don’t seem to realize it is their actions and words that are driving more and more people to atheism. If we are very lucky they’ll keep it up and make themselves, and their religion, obsolete before too much longer.

  • Clay Yonts

    I think we all forget one thing. God loves ALL of us. He is the only one who can judge. I do find it a little pre-mature to make an opinionated statement before even reading the book. You can not, with a sound and mature mind, make an informed decision on this book or the officers well-being using only the small paragraph above as your only means of research. I do have this to say. If i walked into your house, sold your kids drugs, beat your spouse, and pulled a gun on you….would you then so proudly spout off your knowledge of the bible and yell “Thou shall not kill”! We seem to forget human emotion when we argue against anyone in a political or a community service position. I have not read the book and do not know what it contains. Growing up with a police officer as a father I do know that years and years of police work can have an effect on the entire family. If this is a coping method or a justification for what this officer had to do in his career, an information piece on his beliefs, or a way to get his story out then I say good on you Eipper. For all those days you had to hold your tounge you finally get to speak your mind!

    • diablodejalisco

      a religious fanatic with a gun and a badge is dangerous to anyones freedom. i am still trying to figure out why a little town like wichita falls needs a sniper. thats really kinda funny and makes him look silly. but, look at his picture. he could pass for one of hitlers gestapo officers with a name like his.

  • David Marks

    Again…Texas???

    • diablodejalisco

      texas is full of them. now they are electing them to office. ted cruz and louis gohmert are real winners.

  • John J Bailey

    Charlie, from what I see in the responses, are that most are from three or four categories, being: atheists, criminals, non-believers and just plain idiots. Mocking you, Christianity and God. They are going to receive the Wrath of God, one day unless they accept His son Jesus Christ. if not, then, according to God’s Word, they will spend eternity with satan, who currently runs their lives and has them blinded to the truth. There will be no asbestos to ward off heat or water to quench their burning tongues. They will have no one to blame for what happens to them and they ALL will, even the atheists, , bow down before the throne of GOD and confess Jesus is Lord..

    • whatcom_bassist

      John – All opinions are valid here, even if you disagree. I’m a Christian, and in America, we’re supposed to have “freedom of religion,” correct? Isn’t that what conservatives are constantly spouting about? As for this guy, if he believes “When Jesus comes back, he will be the man of war,” he’s completely missing the point about Jesus.

    • KSEubanks

      For some reason I am just not shaking in my boots John J Bailey. “According to god’s word” means absolutely NOTHING to me and I eagerly await the day that it means nothing to anyone else either. This book is a very good example of how christianity is driving people away.

    • diablodejalisco

      if we dont believe those fairy tales then why would we worry. you christians are taught from birth to fear god. and thats the way they planned it to keep total control of you. that must be very stressful to fear everything so much.

  • whatcom_bassist

    This lunatic has it all wrong. Very wrong.

  • Becky Luna Roy

    Although, I have not finished reading Charlie’s book…in the small portion that I have it is clear that he is coming to terms with his job and why God put him in this position. God gives all of us a talent to use in this life…some of us sing, some dance, some politics, some swim, some parents, some accountants, some seamstress, some caretakers, some cooks, some doctors and nurses and some law enforcement…this list goes on and on. Not anyone of us can be or will do all of those jobs…so whatever our calling is from above we give back to society and ask for God’s mercy, protection and guidance to do what is right. Charlie Eipper is a good man and glad to say a trusted friend in Christ. Useless you have walked in his shoes…do not judge but listen and learn from his experiences in his life. What is God calling you to do? “Here I am Lord…is it I Lord. I have heard your calling in the night.” One of my favorite songs…Charlie…God is calling you in a big way!!!

    • “Useless you have walked in his shoes…do not judge but listen and learn from his experiences in his life.”

      If your interpretation of even the most lay written verses in the bible are “Jesus tells me I’m good to kill these guys.” then you’re doing your religion wrong. And while your comment is admirable, I find it HILARIOUS that the Christian bible actually implores one to judge without having walked in their shoes.

  • Sarah Hinton

    Smother fool

  • Is he still employed in law enforcement?

  • I wish the missionaries would suffer an injury that would keep them away from innocent people in other countries. They are the purest danger to those poor people. Living without “religion” works for them and keeps them from killing. Missionairies expose them to religion and tell them about all of the ugliness in our world. Leave those people alone.

  • diablodejalisco

    texas is full of these idiots. and why does wichita falls need a sniper? i know his type. rambo wannabe.

    • fewiz

      I’m from Texas, and I’ve just pointed out idiocy from a dozen or more people in this forum. You figure they’re all from Texas? Let me guess, you’re from Arkansas, right?

  • John T. Feret

    How many times has he done this? It isn’t mentioned…

  • Badw0lf

    So he bases part of his theology on Rambo? I think he’s reading a different Bible than I have all these years. Yes, Jesus may come back as a warrior….but since He can bring life then, I guess it’s His perogative if He takes it. As for this cop….he scares me

    • fewiz

      stupidity. The article doesn’t say that he bases his theology on Rambo.

      Go back to 4th grade and take Reading class again.

  • Jim Spillane

    Praying to the same God, who said Thou shall not kill, and Vengeance is mine, praying that someone soon will make you a parplegic. You csucker pig.

    • fewiz

      To which God do you refer? And can you cite a source for those exact words?

      I didn’t think so.

  • Newton Rules

    The guy looks like he’s insane. Most cops are complete pieces of crap, this guy looks like he’s on the high end of the crazy scale.

    • fewiz

      You, on the other hand, seem like such a reasonable, intelligent person. O.o

  • Barry

    Anyone think Xtianity has a problem? Anyone think if a pastor can show his followers that God says killing is just fine… that we might be heading into a problem?

    • JonEdHil

      I’m sorry. No. Christianity does NOT have a problem. The linguistic, logical, hermeneutical, and theological twisting and shoe horning of scripture that has to be done to “justify” this man’s position would make me laugh even if I were not a believer, because I know what Jesus actually said. People like this think they are warriors? That’s a sad, pitiful, wearying joke. This should have been put to rest after the Crusades.

      This “warrior theology” actually weakens the Gospel, saps it of its true strength, and makes a mockery of Jesus’ suffering and death–not to mention the myriad martyrs who followed him.This man and his pastor are just wrong. Period.

      Rambo Jesus. God help us.

      • Barry

        Yes Jon… but sadly ‘the linguistic, logical, hermeneutical, and theological twisting and
        shoe horning of scripture that has to be done to “justify” this man’s
        position…’ has become Christianity. Actually from before his death the words of Christ have been omitted, twisted, and basically edited to fit the various needs of evil dictators throughout history. To kill in the name of Jesus may be the most popular form of execution. So yes we do have a problem with Xtianity… a big one.

        • XCellKen

          BTW, what were the exact last words of Jeebus? According to the four canonical Gospels, Jeebus said four different things. Sounds like the anonymous authors who wrote Mark, Matthew Luke, and John were the very first who “omitted, twisted”, etc

          • fewiz

            There are way more than 4 versions.

          • Barry

            Of course they were… they were only humans who almost never wrote anything down.

        • JonEdHil

          This is a paraphrase of a parable which takes place before CCTV, forensics, and CSI Miami (!): If a man steals your coat and hat and burglarizes a house or business, what do you say when witnesses swear it was you? It’s obvious. Wearing the clothes of a person doesn’t make the person guilty. Perhaps we should narrow our terminology. The problem isn’t Christ or the faith, Christianity, it’s Christendom.

          • Barry

            I agree 100% Jon. However, separating the dom from the Christ gets complicated. They all belong to sects and by and large those sects have histories of murder, abuse and unfathomable evil all in the name of C. I feel bad for him. I know all of his words. No way he would be in on this… if he would be in the back of a ‘church’ he would be arrested and qualify for a hit by the warriors. How do we separate? While the devastation of the Crusades was supported by royalty, it was many a common man who swung the sword, and of course all the peons paying taxes in support.

          • JonEdHil

            Thanks, Barry. You’re a gentleman and a scholar.
            I agree it can get complicated. I think that was why Jesus kept enjoining his followers to search for the Kingdom within themselves. I believe there are certain things a person must believe to be a Christian, but I would never resort to violence or support a resort to violence to “enforce” those doctrines. Jesus didn’t, the disciples didn’t, and the early Church didn’t until they tasted the blood of secular power. I think Satan tempted the Church through Constantine, et.al., with the same great temptation of Christ in the wilderness: temporal power. Jesus rejected it–which should have been a strong signal to the early catholic church–but they did not. I think it is safe to say virtually all of the Church’s ills sprang from their acceptance of worldly power and dominion. And it’s one that modern Evangelicals would do well to take to heart as well.

            Thanks for the civil discussion. It’s worth a thousand contentious ones!

        • fewiz

          The problem of killing for one’s beliefs is inherent to all belief systems, including liberalism.

          • Barry

            I will give you the benefit and include a Wiki link so you can see what Liberalism means. It is 1. NOT a belief system 2. Has not now nor ever been used as a justification to kill… never… ever. Now you think about that a little and come back with some sort of meaningful comment. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liberalism

          • fewiz

            Why am I the only one who needs to post meaningful comments?

            The first sentence of your link says: “Liberalism is a political philosophy or worldview founded on ideas of liberty and equality.”

            Is not one’s “worldview” their “belief”? People believe the cup is half full or half empty, neither is right or wrong, it’s just their worldview.

            Not only that, it states that the liberal worldview is “founded on ideas,” not facts.

            What is it about this that is confusing to you???

            Conservatism is founded on facts – the status quo. It exists. It is real.

            Liberalism is founded on ideas – idealist dreams of what could be. Kinda like religion.

          • Barry

            You may believe (think your opinion is valid without providing any proof). However Liberalism is actually founded on values which have proved their worth. Yes these are ideas which encompass too many facts to mention. Conservatism is http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conservatism Believing that things should stay as they are is one of the dumbest ideas ever… we would still be in caves. What conservatives really believe in is that the haves and the have nots should stay put, eternally realizing benefits or not. This works very well thank you if you happen to be a have.

            Now examining the haves in the USA is a trip through government entitlements. Yeah that’s right… the opening of the west to settlers, the stealing of native lands and gifting them to various farmers or uppity ups… like the Patents and the forested estates. The wealthy Americans were the ones on the fastest horse or the one who chose the right place to pan for gold… or the lucky smucks who happened to hit oil on their lands, or tin or copper or uranium, etc. Currency used to be the land… you want to go back to that because it would mean you could set yourselves apart from the crummy classes. Free and fair elections, freedoms of press, religion, trade and the holding of private property are the basic tenets of Liberalism. So they are different. And this gives some numpty the right to say he will pull his weapon and execute people he deems unnecessary?
            As I said the killing of people never has been part of liberalism. Never!! That’s a fact.

          • fewiz

            You may believe my opinion is not valid, but you provide no proof.

            Conservatives don’t believe that things should stay the way they are – like most liberals, you distort the truth and present your biased opinion as fact.

            Conservatives believe in the status quo, and the status quo includes gradual change.

            Nor do conservatives believe the haves and have nots “should stay put.” Again, you’re just regurgitating hyper-partisan propaganda, and distorting the truth because you can’t rebut the reality.

            The fact that many, many conservatives began as have nots is de facto proof of your lies.

            Instead, conservatives believe in working for what you have, and not taking from the hard workers to give to the lazy.

            The rest of your BS is pure stupidity; a lame attempt to rewrite history.

            Your basic tenets of liberalism, copied verbatim from Wikipedia, do not differentiate liberalism from conservativism. Every conservative believes in those things as well.

            The difference is that liberals say that BS, but don’t practice it in reality.

            If liberals wanted “fair elections,” they would have no problem confirming that each voter is actually a US citizen entitled to vote. But they don’t. If liberals wanted freedom of the press, they would support the ridiculously-titled would not be advocating the Fairness Doctrine legislation that would silence opinions. If liberals wanted freedom of religion, they wouldn’t want to force people to deny their faith by paying for other people’s abortions and contraception. If liberals wanted free trade, they would support border security and not illegal immigration – those provide unfair trade advantages to some and disadvantage to others. If liberals believed in the holding of private property, they wouldn’t support the forced taking of private property by the government from the people who worked for that property in order to give it to people who didn’t.

            Killing has never been a part of conservatism or liberalism, but the reality is, since 1900 in America, liberal Presidents serving as our Commanders in Chief have initiated our part in wars that have killed and wounded more than 2,000,000 American soldiers. Conservative Presidents have initiated such actions that resulted in less than 50,000 casualties in that time.

            You don’t know a fact from a hole in the ground.

          • Barry

            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Status_quo – your word not mine

            Uh… there are not nor never have been conservative or liberal Presidents… or any other office. Neither are political parties, but philosophies. It is interesting that you feel POTUS or the party of the president the cause of wars, or is it the approval of dying soldiers. Where did you get your figure of 2,000,000? Let’s put a stop to your nonsense right here… you prove your 2,000,000 figure and you can have my allegiance. If you cannot please try to learn something about history, politics, and philosophy. Your turn.

          • fewiz

            Oh my, you’re clutching at straws here. There has been liberal and conservative Presidents; and left-handed and right-handed Presidents; and blondes and brunettes; and on and on.

            And, yes, there have been Democratic and Republican, and Whig, and Federalist Presidents as well.

            Presidents can be many things.

            It’s interesting that you seem to have read my post; yet, you attribute words to me that I did not say. I did not say Presidents caused wars; nor did I say that they approved of dying soldiers, or whatever you’re implying.

            As for the 2,000,000 casualties. Google “American casualties of war” and click the first link to the Wikipedia page that provides a nice table of casualties by year/war, etc. Here’s a brief summary:

            WWI – 320,518
            WW2 – 1,076,245
            Korea – 128,650
            Vietnam – 211,454

            You can probably do the rest of the math – you have to relate the year to the President in office. I’ve done it before and seem to recall it was a little over 2 million, might have been a little less. But my point was, the Democrats are the war mongers.

            Thanks for your allegiance. Just contact me when you need to make important decisions in your life.

          • Barry
          • fewiz

            Why are you referring me to this same data?

          • Barry

            Uh… tell you what… good luck with that.

          • fewiz

            You’re strange. Why did you provide that link to the Wikipedia definition of “status quo.” I assume you don’t understand that the status quo can include change. For example, the status quo for Presidents is that they change every 4 or 8 years.

            Then you provide a link to the same data I provided about war casualties. It confirms what I said – why don’t you acknowledge that I was correct? Now this vague “good luck with that” comment.

            Don’t you know how to make a point?

            All in all, a bunch of stupidity from you.

          • Barry

            Status quo then can include anything including a love of change? Right!! And if you can add you will see the numbers are not even close! Get a life.

          • fewiz

            Are you really this stupid? Do you keep attributing words to me that I didn’t say because you’re too stupid to comprehend what I wrote or, as I suspect, you lack the integrity to debate an issue honestly?

            I didn’t say “status quo” could include anything. Society has slowly but consistently evolved for thousands of years — that is the status quo. I’m sorry you can’t grasp such a simple concept.

            Conservatives don’t advocate no change. It’s just that progressive/liberals are not satisfied with the status quo of slow change. They want fast change. Why is that so hard for you to admit?

            Here, let me show you how to have integrity:

            Yes, my estimation of those numbers was off. The exact numbers are about 1.730,000 casualties in wars initiated by Dem presidents vs. about 116,000 for Rep.

            See how easy that is? You should try it sometimes, and here’s your chance:

            While I was off in my numbers, the small error (about 10% for the Dems) hardly qualifies as “not even close,” and more importantly, it doesn’t change, at all, the point I was making – that it is Dems that are the war mongers, not Reps.

            Now, either admit that or try to make a case for me being wrong – which you can’t, because I’m not.

            I doubt you will. Losers like you have such low self esteem, your pathetic ego can’t let you admit you’re wrong. Instead, you’ll do exactly what you’ve done so far – twist my words into something I didn’t say but that you can rebut, or nitpick some inconsequential datapoint to distract from the fact that you got nothing to say.

      • XCellKen

        Apparently, you don’t know what Jeebus actually said Matthew 10:34 “Do not suppose that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I did not come to bring peace, but a sword.”

        And btw, Jeebus didn’t actually say anything. he is just a fictional character invented by many different Gospel writers, authors who had conflicting agendas, which would explain the numerous contradictions in the New Testament, such as how peace loving Hippy Jeebus could also say he came not to bring peace, but a sword

        • JonEdHil

          The “sword” is used metaphorically here and many other times in the New Testament. The Word itself is likened unto a sword (Eph. 6:17, Hebrews 4:12, etc.al.).
          Jesus knew his teachings would cause division. People like the Pharisees, for example, were quite comfortable in their hypocrisy and judgmental attitudes. Families (which the verse you cite specifically addresses) would be divided. In THIS SPECIFIC metaphorical situation, there would not be “peace”, but division.

          Caveat. If a “Christian” denies his or her faith, there is absolutely no Biblical basis for killing that person. Period. Shunning, excommunication, prayer, self-examination, perhaps, but not death.

          Btw, your belief that Jesus Christ was fictional, has, I believe, been thoroughly debunked by commonly accepted scholarship. I know; there are dozens if not hundreds of studies “proving” he didn’t really exist or, if he did, didn’t really say what he said. But there were enough contemporary or near contemporary historians who mentioned him: Tacitus, Pliny the Younger, Josephus (some of his writings have obviously been tampered with, but there is little doubt that his mention of Jesus is accurate), the Babylonian Talmud, Lucian. Among the attributes these non-Christian historians ascribe to Jesus by the early Christians are: his wisdom, powerful teaching, reverence, miracles (or sorcery! ), his crucifixion, conviction under Pontius Pilate, his resurrection, his messiahship, and that they worshipped him as God.

          As far as his being a hippy, I personally have little doubt he would have been far more comfortable on Haight Ashbury than Wall Street.

          • XCellKen

            Let me see if I got this straight. All of the parts of the Bible you agree with are to be taken literally, and those that you don’t agree with are to be taken metaphorically? And who decides which is which? That would explain why there over 30k different versions of Xianity today. It seems the Son of the All Knowing God would have done things a little differently.

          • XCellKen

            Your “taking things metaphorically” is my “cherry picking”

          • XCellKen

            Jesus also referred to a Non Jewish woman as a dog. Please explain that away, metaphorically, of course

          • JonEdHil

            I can’t explain it away, but I can explain it. Jesus was in the company of some of his disciples, very observant Jews who would have thought discourse with a Canaanite period would have mwde them unclean, much less a Canaanite WOMAN. Jesus was just magnifying, if you will, the absurdity of their own hypocrisy, possibly even making a joke. After all, he ended up praising her faith (much to the consternation and shame of those disciples, I’m sure!) and granted her request.

          • XCellKen

            And I should take the word of followers of an apocalyptic death cult, whose leader invented such concepts as “thought crimes” ,”infinite punishment for finite crimes”, and “eternal torment for the unforgivable sin of committing blasphemy agin the Holy Spirit”, that the Pharisees were evil?

          • XCellKen

            “As far as his being a hippy, I personally have little doubt he would have been far more comfortable on Haight Ashbury than Wall Street.”

            Most likely he’d be a dirty, begging. shouting, deluded street preacher hanging out on the streets outside of Wall Street

          • XCellKen

            Dude, if you think Josephus is in any way a reputable source for the existence of Jesus of Nazareth, then you are as deluded as any Conservative who thinks the Earth is 6k years old, Global warming is a huge conspiracy, ect

          • XCellKen

            And all Tacitus and Pliny the Younger proved was that Xians existed in the SECOND CENTURY. And if all of the stories about the rapid spread of Xianity were true, then why would the equivalent of the Attorney General of the Roman Empire have never had heard of them?

          • JonEdHil

            I disagree. And I’m not quite sure what you mean regarding stories about the “rapid spread of Christianity” . It spread, slowly, rapidly, whatever…it spreqd. I think the absolute WORST thing to happen to it was the nationalization of it following Constantine. And I’m not sure who the equivalent of the AG of the Roman Empire is you’re speaking of. When was this person in office? Because if it was within the hundred years or so immediately after Jesus’ death, or even during his life, it would not be surprising because Christianity was considered to be just anoer in a long line of Jewish cults. Remember, the Faith didn’t start with a triumphal procession or fanfare, but with the death of its founder and the scattering of his own disciples. Even with the completion of the canon, it wasn’t a political force to be reckoned with—and NEVER SHOULD HAVE BEEN.

          • fewiz

            Have you asked Eric Holder where the Fast and Furious guns are?

          • XCellKen

            If I wrote a book today about people who believe that Space Aliens landed at Roswell in 1947, all it would prove is that people in the 21st Century believe space aliens landed at Roswell in the 20th Century. It would NOT prove that space aliens had actually landed there, nor anywhere else

          • JonEdHil

            These historians didn’t write ONLY what the people believed, but also what was fairly common knowledge at the time regarding events and personages. I believe Tacitus is among the earliest, and his mention of Jesus and his followers has the passing brevity of the historian who has no interest in the religion, the why’s or the wherefores, but covers it in the way a dispassionate reporter might.

          • fewiz

            No it wouldn’t. It would only prove that you wrote a book.

        • fewiz

          LOL, you started out good, but ended up sounding just as stupid as JonEd.

          You don’t know whether Jesus is fictional or not. You don’t know whether he said anything, or whether different Gospel writers had different agendas. And whether there are contradictions or not is your subjective opinion, not fact.

          SMH at idiots on this forum.

      • fewiz

        OMG. Soooo, you “really know what Jesus said.” ROFLMAO

        And how, do tell, do you know that?

        Let me guess, you read one of the dozens of translations that included some but not all of the verses that different Christian denominations include, right?

        Idiot.

        • JonEdHil

          First, thank you for the insult! It’s a real blessing!
          Second, I “really know what Jesus said” pretty much the same way I “know” what Socrates or Aristotle or the Buddha “actually” said. At some point, each individual has to decide which, if any, of the historical sources they are going to accept as authoritative.
          Third, a translation is not as sinister as you apparently think. I know of no major disagreement between denominations based on translations. Most denominational differences are based on “application” of passages they are already in agreement on per the translation. The only major schism I am aware of regarding translations is the Jehovah’s Witnesses. Their New World “translation” is not a true translation at all, but rather Charles T. Russell’s own paraphrase of the King James. It is nearly universally regarded by Biblical scholars, religious or not) as an execrable work.
          Since language is fluid and ever changing, new translations are necessary to keep up. A perfect example is the King James use of the word “corn”. Corn is a New World grain, how could the Ancients have known about it? Well, in the 17th century, “corn” was synonymous with “grain”.
          The “divisions” between, say, Methodists, Baptists, Presbyterians, etc., are minimal and have more to do with style of worship, minor doctrinal differences, etc.

    • XCellKen

      Yes, Xianity has numerous problems. Among them are the fact that every single Xian cherry picks the Bible, and conveniently forgets the inconvenient parts. For example, Liberal Xians conveniently forget this lovely gem of non violence spoken by Jeebus “”Do not suppose that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I did not come to bring peace, but a sword.” Matthew 10:34. And don’t forget the time Jesus called the Non Jewish woman a dog, and extreme insult in First Century Palestine. Its almost like Jeebus was prejudiced against Non Jews

      • fewiz

        Actually, the problem is that there are dozens of different versions of “the Bible,” most of which are inexact translations from Greek or Latin, so no one has to cherrypick – they can literally interpret the Bible any way they want and be absolutely as valid as any other interpretation.

        This becomes a problem when idiots claiming to know what the Bible really says criticize them.

        • XCellKen

          Idiot ???

          • fewiz

            Actually, I said “idiots.” Why do you ask?

      • Barry

        My take on those verses is that in both cases Jesus was speaking for himself. Since there is no record of Jesus wearing a sword, carrying a sword, using a sword nor advocating violence in revolution, I think we can assume he is speaking metaphorically and telling people he is not a peacenik hippy and is willing to die for his beliefs. Key here is they were his… and of course he was a JEW.

        • XCellKen

          “My take on those verses is that in both cases Jesus was speaking for himself. ”

          As written by anonymous authors two generations after the fact. Authors who had hidden agendas.

          • Barry

            of course… but xtianity has never been shy about turning a phrase. The council of Nivea had some agendas… that evil bunch took all the crap available for printing in the Bible, put in the ones they liked and kept out the ones that did not fit. Then they made a church and gave it an army so it could fight in the name of this what ‘s his name Jew and not for Rome… and they could get all these insane xtians who were being eaten by lions, arm them and tell them to kill those people over there for Christ. Sad indeed… and it is still ongoing.

    • fewiz

      Why would you ask? This officer didn’t say that, and nothing in the article suggests that.

      I think we have a problem because idiots either can’t comprehend what they read or they are partisan zealots who distort words to create fake outrage.

      • Barry

        Eipper says that when his career began,
        he was told that killing was wrong in the eyes of Christ. The Times
        Record News reports, however, “After studying the Bible with the help of
        Grace Church Pastor Tom Rodgers, today Eipper is confident that Jesus
        Christ supports warriors.”

        “The Scriptures are clear that God condones the use of deadly force
        in killing whenever we are threatened,” Eipper said. “A woman who
        carries a handgun with a concealed carry license can be assured that she
        can defend herself with deadly force and still be in complete
        fellowship with her Saviior.’ I suppose there may be different readings of the same exact quotes, but 1. He says God condones the use of deadly force.
        2. He says that Jesus supports warriors (whatever they are).
        3. He says he came to these conclusions after speaking to a pastor who he names as well.

        Now if you do not see the relationship between the pastor, the study of the Bible and the conclusion that it is okay for him to become a warrior on the streets) and indeed so can anyone… you are part of the problem and should stop talking about these things, get your gun and go be a warrior.

  • silentnonrev

    I am soooo looking forward to a Muslim cop publishing the same thing, replace “Jesus” with “Allah”….give it about 20 seconds before it shows up on Faux News with that squinched up fake outrage face on the presenters

    • fewiz

      You don’t have to wait. Just ask any Muslim police officer if it’s a sin in his/her religion to use legal deadly force in the line of duty.

      Smart that you don’t use your real face in your avatar – so we can’t see your squinched-up, fake-outrage face.

  • Michael Reed

    Sounds like he is a proud serial killer with a badge who can legally “justify” his killings.

    • fewiz

      You sound like a stupid person who flunked 4th grade reading comprehension class.

  • padraig22

    The worst of the worst, a murderer with what he believes to be justification, Matthew: 26-52-54:- Then Jesus said to him, “Put your sword back into its place. For all who take the sword will perish by the sword. Do you think that I cannot appeal to my Father, and he will at once send me more than twelve legions of angels? But how then should the Scriptures be fulfilled, that it must be so?”

    • XCellKen

      I see your bet, and raise you Matthew 10:34 “”Do not suppose that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I did not come to bring peace, but a sword.”

      • padraig22

        yes, a sword indeed, but for the scribes, pharisees and the sanhedrin, whom this guy obviously serves.

    • fewiz

      stupidity. Nothing in this article describes murder. The officer refers to his legal use of deadly force in the line of duty.

      If you can’t you make a point without distorting what was said, you didn’t make a point.

      • padraig22

        if the cap fits…no amount of your disingenuous dissembling will alter the fact that murder is murder, and to invoke the bible for justification of his gung-ho diatribe is just shameful.

        • fewiz

          Dang. You’re just stupid. Do you even know the definition of murder? Only a complete idiot would say that a police officer using justifiable deadly force in the line of duty is committing murder. You, sir, are a complete idiot. Please tell me you didn’t have children.

  • Bill Davis

    These folks claim to be Christian they are nothing more than a bunch of evil, hateful fools…

    • fewiz

      What an evil, hateful thing to say. Are you a Christian by chance?

  • ZenLes

    Jesus Christ Preached love, not act of war. Apparently, the author is mistaken.

    • XCellKen

      No, you are mistaken. Matthew 10:34 “”Do not suppose that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I did not come to bring peace, but a sword.”

    • fewiz

      ???The officer isn’t preaching war. And all of Jesus’ teachings are only understood through the subjective interpretations of others – this officer’s interpretation is no less valid than anyone else’s.

  • Kurt Cook

    More than likely a liberal troll PRETENDING to be Christian, the same way the Russian government pretended to be Jews when they wrote “the protocols of the elders of Zion” in order to stir up anti-Jewish hate in the late 1800s. liberals are so easily duped. All you have to do is tell them a good lie, and they will kick the truth out the door in a heartbeat to follow it. If Dorothy, from “the Wizard of Oz”, was a liberal, she would have pulled the curtain shut and kept talking to the “Wizard”.

    • If we had rampant “liberal trolls” in politics spewing similar hate-filled rhetoric, you might have a claim. Unfortunately, you are absolutely incorrect on your assertion.

      • fewiz

        We do. Just read the comments in this thread.

        • I didn’t say there weren’t liberals that didn’t say hate-filled things – I said there weren’t any saying the same as this nutter LOL

          • fewiz

            You’re not making sense. There are plenty of “liberal trolls” saying “similarly” hate-filled rhetoric. Maybe not related to Christianity, but certainly meanness based on their just-as-unprovable beliefs. Have you never listened to a liberal spew hatred about anyone opposed to ending wars, or discrimination, or poverty, or injustice? Do you not understand that there has never been a day in the history of mankind since we first split into separate caves that there wasn’t war, discrimination, poverty, and injustice? Yet, stupid liberals believe in those fantasies and will hate on anyone who doesn’t embrace their delusions.

          • I’m just… gonna go away from you now because you are WAY over in left field away from the adults of the world if you think that we shouldn’t condemn people’s actions that condone and lead to all of those things you just mentioned. Join us at the adult’s table when you’ve learned the difference between calling someone out for being a racist and being a troll.

            (BTW! Before they knew any better, people believed the universe revolved around the earth. Actually tried killing people for suggesting otherwise. We couldn’t see it any other way than what we’d always been taught. Yet, now, we know different. Why do we know different? Because we CHOSE to change. Also, because science. And fact. And provable information. The big difference between what you are referring to – the ideology of trying to discourage discrimination, and poverty, and injustices is somehow “delusional” and believing in a truly impossible to prove religion instead of scientific fact, is that at least with our choice to believe that man can do better, there’s the possibility of succession. Unfortunately, the status quo is way easier to maintain that changing one self. )

          • fewiz

            ROFLMAO. Typical liberal BS. You can’t rebut what I said, so you invent words I didn’t say, attribute them to me, and then feign righteous indignation to justify slinking off like a cockroach.

            I never said people should be condemned or not condemned for not supporting those liberal issues. You made that up.

            Don’t have a clue how racism and trolls come into this conversation either.

            My point (dang, why do I bother repeating myself to idiots?) was that liberalism is a belief system, not unlike Christianity in that its tenets are unprovable.

            Science rarely proves anything. It is actually the process of disproving. And, science has been wrong exponentially more times in the years since the Bible was written than all the errors in the Bible together. So you know the difference, that is a fact. You, nor anyone else, knows whether any religion is factually untrue or true.

            Nor did I say the liberalism was delusional for “trying to discourage” those things; I said it was delusional for believing that it’s possible when there are no facts to support it or even a time in the history of mankind when it has happened.

            I’m sure you’ll try to twist all this into something I didn’t say again. That’s what people with pathetic self-esteem do because they can’t admit to having said something stupid. My advice: look in the mirror and say “I was wrong” over and over. I think you’ll be surprised at how good it feels.

            Integrity is an awesome thing.

            As for the “possibility of succession,” you need to go look that word up in the dictionary.

          • Also, I want to point out that in this particular article if there is bashing, It’s because fake fundamentalist Christianity in the US has somehow convinced itself that it’s the official religion of the US. With that, they’ve tried (and many succeeded) on attacking anything that doesn’t agree with their particular brand of Christianity. They spend time going to protests to gay bash; they spend time attempting to guilt women who are making one of the most difficult decisions of their lives; they spend time trying to claim that atheists are demons and devils and horrible people; all while smiling out of the other side of their mouths, unable to practice the very religion they claim they adhere to SO much that they are exempt from most other laws.

            So no, I’m not in the slightest bit surprised that there are people here expressing outrage over a man claiming he was doing the work of “Jesus” while murdering people under the guise of being a police officer. But if they can’t take the heat, stay out of the kitchen.

          • fewiz

            stupidity. You need to broaden your news sources to more than just far-left propaganda sites.

            Nothing you said is true. Yes, there are a few Christians who bash gays and put guilt trips on women, but by no means are they representative of the entire fundamentalist population at all. They don’t even represent a significant minority.

            But, I’m sure the news sources you read say so.

            Nor did the officer in this article claim to be doing the work of Jesus while murdering people. But keep it up and you might become a great propagandist yourself, although the world needs more of your type like we need more hemorrhoids.

  • Donald Edward Russell

    So many people out there hell-bent on killin’ “bad guys”. Problem is, lots of them figure anybody who aint like them is a “bad guy.” Simple as that.

    • fewiz

      Do you know anyone like that? I don’t. And nothing in this article suggests the officer is like that. Do you have anymore irrelevant comments?

  • Debbie Lusignan

    Fascinating…I didn’t realize the stone tablet with THOU SHALL NOT KILL had so many exceptions. Justifying killing in the name of God is one of the most dangerous premises any individual or nation can take. Claiming ultimate authority on a deity and abdicating all personal responsibility. Sounds like he needs to have his weapons taken away and have a nice long stay in a skilled care unit.

    • fewiz

      stupidity. The officer didn’t “justify” his killing in the name of God; he described uses of deadly force that are justified by law, performed in the line of duty as a police officer. His point is that using that deadly force is not a sin according to his religion.

  • Z54

    There they go again rationalizing their god!

    • Alyson Lloyd

      He said his inspiration was Rambo IV. If you find yourself inspired by a BAD movie, you don’t need God, you need a psychiatrist!

      • fewiz

        stupidity. The article’s author said Rambo was the officer’s inspiration for writing the book, not his religious inspiration. And we don’t know what the officer said exactly.

        Geez, how’d you get out of the 6th grade with such reading comprehension skills?

    • fewiz

      Just as, I suspect, you’ve rationalized your beliefs. Do you not understand that believing in anything unknowable, such as the existence or non-existence of a god, is a rationalization?

      Maybe you’d consider adding something intelligent to this conversation?

      • I_B_ME

        so how long have you prayed to the mass murderer know as GOD

  • davidcayjohnston

    Please post some of the scripture on which Officer Eipper relies for his thesis that Christ condoned killing. Surely he has pages and pages that I somehow missed in my New Testament, which I have read in full.

    • fewiz

      Which of the dozens of versions of the NT did you read? And was it in the original Greek, or did you rely on someone’s translation, which is NEVER an exact science?

      Like most religious tomes, the Bible is not written in absolute terms and was, intentionally I suspect, meant to support subjective interpretations.

      You do understand that there are many different Christian denominations, right???

  • Otto Yamamoto
  • almaginnes

    “I thought, ‘What if there’s a young believer in Christ watching this?
    What if it’s somebody who is in the Marine Corps? Or an officer?’
    They’re going to be so confused. They’ll think, ‘Surely this guy is
    speaking on authority of scripture.’”

    If you’re so weakminded that a Rambo movie is going to change your worldview, you probably shouldn’t be allowed near weapons or put in a position of authority anyway.

    • fewiz

      Stupidity. That young people are very easily influenced by popular culture is so fricking obvious, you sound stupid suggesting otherwise.

      • I_B_ME

        Stupidity, that Old fools are so worried about dying that they pray to a fairy tale.

  • Michael

    So as a Christian and an Infantryman in the United States Army fighting for my country is wrong. You people need to open your bibles. You are just trolling this to be annoying. You have obviously never read the bible old AND new testament. Look at revelations and let me know know how that goes for you.

    • Yes. Because you aren’t fighting for your country.

      • fewiz

        stupidity. How do you presume to know why he’s fighting???

    • I_B_ME

      What part of thou SHALL NOT KILL DONT YOU UNDERSTAND

  • John of Indiana

    Christian psychopath. I wonder if Jeebus “talks” to him, too?
    Oh, and don’t try to disown him, that train done left the station. He thinks he’s a Chrisitan.

    • fewiz

      What exactly did he say that was psychopathic? Honestly, that you say such an ugly thing based on nothing makes me wonder if you’re not a bit crazy.

  • Carl

    Someone else trying to make a few bucks off religion.

    • fewiz

      As is his right. Just as there are people out there making money off of hating on religion.

  • XCellKen

    For all of the commenters asking for the relevant Bible verse, here it is: Matthew 10:34 “Do not suppose that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I did not come to bring peace, but a sword.

  • robert

    I don’t care what this or that verse of the Bible says. Police are sworn to “Serve and Protect”, not waste away anyone who gets in the way with some cockamamie excuse of doing “God’s work”. We have too many policemen in this country killing people unnecessarily as it is. Deadly force should be a last resort only used in the most extreme circumstances, not a first choice. Good police training is what he needs, not selectively chosen verse fragments from the Bible. Good grief.

    • fewiz

      He doesn’t suggest any such thing. I find that liberals often distort my words into something I didn’t say so that they can criticize me. Are you a liberal?

      • I_B_ME

        I find that CONservatives, have their heads so far up in their a$$ they speak in crap, like you.

        • fewiz

          Oooh, you’re so witty. Who would dare debate someone of your obvious intellect?

          Just for the record, however, which were the exact words in my comment that amount to “crap,” and why?

          And please, don’t answer using those huge words and complex sentences that someone as smart as you could use to confuse me. I want me and everyone else to understand you so they can see how much you add to the conversation.

          • Sage

            You are mistaken on so many levels, but the gist is, you are not worth the time or effort to privlage you with knowledge and wisdom needed for your understanding.
            So please, please shove your head back up your a$$ it is your natural state.

          • fewiz

            LOL, lame jerk. Mistaken or not, I have the integrity to state my opinions and to rebut the opinions of others with fact and logic.

            All you do is claim superiority while spewing nothing but stupidity and insults and never rebutting anything I said.

            Because you can’t. And not just because you’re stupid.

          • I_B_ME

            If thou squeeze real hard you can get the last few drops from that d-bag you have been drinking from.

          • I_B_ME

            Fewiz-when more lip is needed from you, Several men will scrape theirs zippers.

          • fewiz

            sooo intelligent. Don’t strain your brain coming up with these witty posts.

          • I_B_ME

            Oh, it is no strain at all,
            replying to you is like slapping my junk juice out of your mothers mouth, fun yet messy LOL, NOW that was funny. LOL
            Well That is all the pity Phhuck time I have for you. You will respond because you have no self control. but I am done with you, time to flush you like the fecal matter you are. ta Ta

  • WolfgangDS

    Didn’t Jesus say something about living and dying by the sword? How did that go again?

  • fewiz

    Not sure what the fuss is about. Who doesn’t agree that cops using deadly force when it is justified is OK? As far as the impact of what he says on the rest of the world, that’s all there is. If he wants to personally reconcile his doing so in the eyes of his god, who cares????

  • bobbeecher

    I thought we were supposed to keep guns away from the insane!

  • Patrick Gillock

    Funny how God always think the same way you do!

  • Louis Cyphre

    Utter scum.

  • mike

    Some or most of your comments are so stupid and infantile. Do you forget your in America. If he believes let him belive in his way. None of us are perfect sooooo shut up plz. He has rights and can do as he pleases. Not all ppl that belive in CHRIST is the same or can be cattled together. I can categorize all you computer zit popping geeks or call you unbelievers. We have to accept ppl even we don’t agree with it or religion. If u have something to say then your as stupid as George W Bush and another thing is take your butt to a country that will kick it if you’re a internet weirdo. So take his opinion and go on. All of you that question him deeply need to find a freer country or keep crying on these posts. STOP BEING CRITICAL ZOMBIES OF THE MACHINE. LIKE PINK FLOYD SAID MANY YEARS AGO WELCOME TO THE MACHINE. GOOD NIGHT AND POST ALL YOU EANT ABOUT ME BUT WE ARE FREE REMEMBER?

    • I_B_ME

      Mike your comment is so stupid and infantile.

      • mike

        How? Didn’t we come to America to belive in what you want and how u want? If someone is cattling Christian ppl together as I read. If u hate his belives I sure hope he hates yours and then we will be communists. Great idea worked well for the world. As I said if you question that guy deeply you need to go somewhere else. I personally dont belive what he belives.

        • I_B_ME

          who in the *^T$%$ do you think you are, little man. I will be where ever the $&%@# I want to be. I will use my right of expression as I see fit, just as you do. Deal with it.

  • Truthforme

    I think he gets his ispirations from movie fantasies more then Jesus!

  • Russ Baker

    I say he needs a blood eagle

  • DirtyCopsSuck

    LOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL

  • I truly wish this disgusting traitor and lowlife servant of Israel and the self chosen would wake up…. https://odinia.org/what-are-values/

  • Mike Fundinn Morris

    Knowing a fair number of pagans in Texas, I am genuinely concerned for them.

    • I_B_ME

      Be not worried, we can take care of this, he is not unknown and that includes his home address.

      • fewiz

        LOL. Coward. Threaten people from the safety of your anonymous avatar. Oooh, you’re so bad. Not.

        • I_B_ME

          Fewiz, I was just wondering how, long have you been licking out that officer, you seam so defensive are you mad because he uses you as a toilette and has become distracted as of late.

    • fewiz

      As you should be concerned for everyone; but, why would you care more about pagans than other groups?

      • Mike Fundinn Morris

        Because, we are the most likely targets.

        • fewiz

          ???huh??? Are you referring to this officer? The only “targets” one could assume from reading the article are criminals perpetrating crimes or acting violently such that a police officer would be justified in using deadly force.

          Are you saying that pagans are more likely to commit those types of crimes than anyone else? Honestly, I disagree. There are a few demographics that are more likely, but there are so few pagans that I doubt they even register on the scale.

  • WARLION

    Some of you just have no clue & apparently haven’t read the NT or what Jesus truly said!
    Tell me why Jesus says to bring his enemies(Satan’s bloodline-The Illuminati & antichrist) in front of Him to slay them in Luke 19:27.Or for His disciples to buy swords in Luke 22:36?!
    Jesus doesn’t kill? Who do you think the God was that allowed pharoahs children,children of jericho to be murdered,destroyed Sodom & Gomorrah was? If Jesus said no one has ever seen God or HEARD God’s(Father Yahweh) voice-John 5:37? You might also read in Psalms 110:5-6 where he will behead many in countries,or that He will dig the graves of vile men-Nahum 1:14
    You people have no clue on why God allowed all that to happen,do you? All of them evil people,even the children of Jericho was evil,practicing witchcraft,killing & robbing adults & worshipping Satan.Most of all,they were of the Illuminati bloodlines,Satan’s children-Genesis 3:15.
    Stop making my Lord look like a pacifist hippie…He was a Revolutionary!