TSA OUTRAGE – How Should the Church Respond?

Revelations of the TSA’s new invasive security procedures have shocked Americans as stories have circulated of the most demeaning violations of personal privacy. TSA agents are now requiring a growing percentage of air travelers to subject themselves to full-body scanners that render an essentially naked image of them for the TSA to see, or to opt-out and be touched in their private parts by a bureaucrat. Innocent men, women, and children are being groped, exposed, and humiliated by government agents. The TSA’s actions are simply outrageous.

But how should the Church respond? What steps should Christians take to protect their families from these egregious new policies?

In this timely message, Doug Phillips and Wesley Strackbein outline the theological, moral, and constitutional issues involved and give practical counsel on how Christians can navigate through the difficult questions of air travel in light of the intrusive TSA procedures.

These ‘procedures’ are simply a way for the government to get us used to a tromping of our constitutional rights… and will we let them do so?  Are we sheeple?  What happened to our stand for freedom?  Though the free CD offer is no longer valid this CD is one worth getting today!


~Mrs. R


One response to “TSA OUTRAGE – How Should the Church Respond?

  1. I wish I had said it…but I didn’t.

    I wish I had thought of how much that phrase represents the American people’s feelings about the current state of the federal government…but I didn’t.

    We have bureaucrats’ hands touching private “junk” hereto fore believed inviolate by such defenders of liberty as the ACLU.
    Beyond handling our private parts to “ensure our safety”
    They would fondle our health care and its dispensation (Can anyone say “panel”?).
    Their loving fingers extend into the type of food we would give our children.
    Their warm and tender hands would mold our financial system into a paragon of Euro-Socialist bliss.
    They would diaper our bottoms and then send us to work in transportation best suited to our needs (as determined by a “Blue Ribbon Panel”, of course).
    They would collect our pay and dispense “enough” for our needs, keeping the rest to be disposed of by a similar group of experts…for the greater good.

    It would seem that in the last two years the purchase of stock in a latex glove manufacturer would have been wise… if making a profit were not viewed as such a heinous crime.