A guy named Satan

General Boykin's claims
Before Old soldier Lieutenant General William G. Boykin “just fades away,” as General Douglas MacArthur said they all do, let me examine his contributions to theology. Assigned to lead the U.S. in the pursuit of Osama bin Laden, Saddam Hussein and other enemies, he spellbinds the nation and inspires our enemies (and previously unimpassioned Muslims) to fury with the theological dicta that he repeats, in uniform, before evangelical audiences. I am not sure his critics have plumbed the theological possibilities that Boykin represents in his four best-known (here italicized) claims:


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