Word has it that as WW II bomber crews were not able to see their enemy up close and personal, the resulting carnage of their bombing runs really didn't affect them as much as the troops on the ground. Sounds reasonable to me. What about church investments? At the other end of this link from World Net Daily http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=330389 entitled, Is your church killing America? is a bit misleading. I suppose as the question should be, Is Your Church CONTRIBUTING To The Killing of America. Specifically, as the article contends, Churches are investing their funds in organizations that support/endorse abortion, gay/lesbian rights, etc. "So apparently the ability of pastors to be able to profit from abortion, pornography, tobacco, alcohol, gambling, and related issues wasn't something they wanted to deal with at that time," Walker said. "We're to preach against it in our pulpits but I don't guess we have the ability to talk to our leaders about it," Walker added. Shouldn't the church, any church, refuse to cross the line? I think so. I also think that any church that turns a blind eye to such a situation will eventually suffer the wrath of God. Actually, I really never thought about the average church having enough money to invest short of a CD. Are many churches really not aware of where their investment income is being generated? Perhaps if your church has investments it might be worth looking into.