Not sure what i said that ever gave you that impression. Allow me to restate this here.......having the gun that is killing muslims (sometimes innocent women and children) emblazoned with a verse is in no way, shape, or form good for anything. It's not good for the government which is already viewed as Zionists. I can't imagine it is a very good witness for Christianity either. The very gun that is killing muslims, babies, women, terrorists, whatever....emblazoned with a Christian verse from The Holy Bible is not a good idea. What is it's purpose? To make the shooter feel better about themselves? Or to witness to the person that gun just killed?
What's the use? And the fact that MY government is paying for them, i don't like.
Would the killing of civilians be any better if the gun sights didn't have a Bible verse on them? What difference does it make?
People just put way too much stock in symbols (and words, and images). I guess I'm just too much of a realist for your argument to make sense to me. Others might get offended that there is a Bible verse on a sight that goes on a gun, that might be used in a war on Muslims, that might kill women and children, and might look bad for Christianity as a whole. I see it for what it is, a collections of alphanumeric characters stamped on a piece of metal by some press in a munitions factory somewhere in Bumville Ohio (that's probably made for an arms company with a conservative Christian veteran for a CEO, who wants his own personal religious values on his product, or has some misguided idea that most American soldiers are christian, and this verse might help them), that has exactly no intrinsic value in and of itself until people start artificially start injecting meaning into them.