Would Oklahoma City have opposed Okla21? - USATODAY.com
A seminary president trots out the "Timothy McVeigh was an example of Christian terrorism" argument, despite McVeigh's own statements of agnosticism and his well documented final statement being a non-Christian poem asserting self-will.
McVeigh was raised Catholic but distanced himself from the faith. He made no claims of divine purpose in general or Christian activism in particular in conjunction with the Oklahoma City bombing. The effort in this piece seems to be to tie anti-government extremism (McVeigh's major motivation) to Christianity - to support Nero by accusing the Christians of burning down the city.
Union Seminary, source of this McVeigh silliness, used to be a prominent place, where the likes of Dietrich Bonhoeffer studied while in the U.S. Now, it's just another liberal protestant "feelings are facts" mill.