Yes, the article / video is on Huffington Post, which you dislike as being "non-Christian." Yes, the video is quite long: 27 minutes.<quoted text>
I watch a tittle of the video! After all it was the Huff Post! They are non-christian anyway. I think promoting Christianity is a great thing. Of course, non-christians don't like it. Isn't it strange it's all about Christians? Why not some other religion? Why does the word 'Jesus' upset people? It's because Jesus is alive and well and waiting to return to gather his people. Otherwise, why does it bother people? I guess if it were the Muslim's religion, it would be ok, huh? I know there is only one true God. I can't force anybody to believe it. I have studied enough prophecy to know what I believe is true. Of course, that is just my opinion and everybody has a right to their own belief....
Non-Christians do not like being discriminated against, in violation of the First Amendment of the US Constitution, by the US government -- meaning, in this case, the US military which the video alleges discriminates against non-Christians and promotes evangelical Christianity.
It is okay for you as an individual, or you as a church member, to promote Christianity as a great thing. However, it is NOT okay for the US government to officially promote Christianity. That is expressly forbidden.
No. Discriminating against non-Muslims is as great a violation of the US Constitution as discriminating against non-Christians (which discrimination you apparently approve.)
Yes. Everybody has a right to their own beliefs. As guaranteed by the First Amendment.