What will they consider "too pushy"?
There are a lot of those who reject God, who would consider one Bible tract and a smile as being "too pushy" and "offensive" and who would go complain to the command.
This is a scary development in that now if a Christian witnesses their faith in the military a bit too strongly they can be court martialed.
How many times have you witnessed to someone who didn't want to hear it and even if you followed biblical precepts of leaving the dust of your sandals if they refused, maybe got a few complaints? ONE tract had someone cut me off for good. A few shared Bible verses, people will complain. Many Christians have faced this in the office and other places in the secular world.
This is not a good development.
Pentagon: OK to talk about faith, but not to push beliefs on others
WASHINGTON — It’s OK to evangelize. But it’s not OK to proselytize.
That’s what the Pentagon said Thursday, attempting to clarify its position on religious speech in uniform as controversy swirled up around press reports over possible prosecutions of troops for sharing their faith.
What it comes down to, officials said, is that discussing matters of faith and religious practice with a willing audience is allowed, but pushing religious beliefs on those who don’t want to hear it is a form of harassment forbidden under Defense Department policies.See: Troops inclined to proselytize may face court martial