From the six-time Nobel Peace Prize nominated Military Religious Freedom Foundation's official archives comes this jaw-dropping collection of hate mail, threats, and criticisms of the MRFF's efforts to ensure that all members of the United States Armed Forces fully receive the Constitutional guarantees of religious freedom to which they and all Americans are entitled by virtue of the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment.
We've all seen it, the poorly spelled and punctuated letters of people with a bone to pick. The Military Religious Freedom Foundation, in its quest to decouple fundamentalist Christianity from the U.S. Military, has received a fair share of hate mail.
Part humor, part horror, and part lesson in the importance of spelling and grammar, To The Far Right Christian Hater: You Can Be a Speller or a Hater...But You Can't Be Both is a different kind of look at the culture of anonymous hate.
About the Author
Bonnie Weinstein is the co-founder of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, an organization dedicated to ensuring that all members of the United States Armed Forces receive the Constitutional guarantee of religious freedom to which they and all Americans are entitled. She lives in New Mexico.
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Equal parts enlightening and horrifying. I know there are hateful people in the world, some of whom consider themselves to be Christians. But to read this collection of vile nastiness is sobering. It also makes me think that MRFF must be on the right track, if its opponents can generate this much vitriol in response to what seems to be a very appropriate mission -- protecting the Constitutional rights of all Americans, not just the Religious Right.