According to Rev. Theo Culloden Fruzen of the Church of Relevant Evangelism “we now live in a post-evangelical age. It is here that Christianity finds its real testing ground. Christianity and power have a hard time mixing well. Consider Christianity’s founder. He would not have made a great CEO of Bain Capital and while Mormonism is quaintly reminiscent of Old Testament patriarchs with multiple wives, evangelicals have, along with Roman Catholics, a very difficult time believing that Jesus had one wife let alone multiple wives....regardless of Coptic papyri presented by Harvard Divinity School's Karen L. King or Ron Brown's The Da Vinci Code. Jesus would not have been a fine army general nor navy admiral. Several years ago the U.S. Navy proposed naming an atomic attack submarine after Jesus, the Corpus Christi or 'Body of Christ', but that would never have been Jesus’ choice. The U.S. Navy changed its mind after a public outcry from non-evangelical Christians who believed that the sub was an underwater phallic symbol and could in no way be claimed to look like the sacred ixthus, though some held up a model of the sub noting it could be construed as a cross for a Jesus with stubby arms," said Fruzen.
"Jesus was more about beating swords into plowshares. Sure, he told Peter that one sword was enough, but we have a hard time believing that one missile is enough, or one drone, or one anything. Remember all those hydrogen bombs of the Cold War? More is better, especially when you feel threatened or entitle to some other geographic area’s dwindling natural resources. Ralph Reed is irrelevant, well, except back when he was helping Jack Abramoff make money through the Native American Indian's casino operations, but it's Franklin Graham who, thanks to his father, is saddled with upholding the history of post WWII’s marriage of Christianity to the U.S. military power elites of the Military Industrialist Complex," said Fruzen.