Display Bible Target of Censorship at VA Hospital in New Hampshire

A Bible on display at a VA hospital in New Hampshire is the subject of a legal challenge on Constitutional separation grounds to have it removed. (AP photo)

Air Force Times – A dispute over a Bible display at the Manchester Veterans Affairs hospital in New Hampshire is erupting into a full-fledged war, with close-air support and vows from both sides to trample the enemy underfoot.

The Military Religious Freedom Foundation filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday on behalf of an Air Force veteran against Alfred Montoya, director of the Manchester VA Medical Center, seeking removal of a Bible on display at a POW/MIA table within the hospital . . .

“The Christian Bible clearly doesn’t represent all of the myriad religious faiths and non-faith traditions of the U.S. armed forces veterans using the Medical Center,” said Michael Weinstein, MRFF’s founder and president.

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