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18th May '16 4:05:11 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''[[VideoGame/{{Diablo}} Diablo II]]'': The [[KnightsTemplar Paladins]] of [[CrystalDragonJesus The Church of Light]]. At least until the entire church was corrupted by evil, anyway.

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* ''[[VideoGame/{{Diablo}} Diablo II]]'': The [[KnightsTemplar [[KnightTemplar Paladins]] of [[CrystalDragonJesus The Church of Light]]. At least until the entire church was corrupted by evil, anyway.
15th May '16 11:55:08 PM ArtieBird
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* [[Series/MisterRogersNeighborhood Fred Rogers]], of the BadassPacifist type of real man.



* [[Series/MisterRogersNeighborhood Fred Rogers]], of the BadassPacifist type.



* Most, if not all, Muslim military personnel are the Islamic version of this trope. Partly because, while He is not the main focus of Islam, Jesus is held up in the Qu'ran as an esteemed prophet even by.

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* Most, if not all, Muslim military personnel are the Islamic version of this trope. Partly because, while He because Jesus Himself is not considered the main focus of penultimate prophet in Islam, Jesus is held up in and the Qu'ran as an esteemed prophet even by.speaks of Him in high regard.



* A significant amount of military personnel from all places and eras qualify - as the saying goes, "there are no atheists in foxholes". War has as much a tendency to make believers out of men as it does to make men out of boys. While there is truth to this, it is not always the case, as seen here: [[http://foxholeatheists.org/]].

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* A significant amount of military personnel from all places and eras qualify - as the saying goes, "there are no atheists in foxholes". War has as much a tendency to make believers out of men as it does to make men out of boys. While there is truth to this, it some truth, the latter is not always the case, as seen here: [[http://foxholeatheists.org/]].
15th May '16 11:52:11 PM ArtieBird
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* [[Series/MisterRogersNeighbourhood Fred Rogers]], of the BadassPacifist type of real man.



* [[Series/MisterRogersNeighborhood Fred Rogers]], of the BadassPacifist type.



* Most, if not all, Muslim military personnel are the Islamic version of this trope.

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* Most, if not all, Muslim military personnel are the Islamic version of this trope. Partly because, while He is not the main focus of Islam, Jesus is held up in the Qu'ran as an esteemed prophet even by.



* A significant amount of military personnel from all places and eras qualify - as the saying goes, "there are no atheists in foxholes". War has as much a tendency to make believers out of men as it does to make men out of boys, but this is not always the case, as seen here: [[http://foxholeatheists.org/]].

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* A significant amount of military personnel from all places and eras qualify - as the saying goes, "there are no atheists in foxholes". War has as much a tendency to make believers out of men as it does to make men out of boys, but this boys. While there is truth to this, it is not always the case, as seen here: [[http://foxholeatheists.org/]].
15th May '16 11:39:59 PM ArtieBird
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* [[Series/MisterRogersNeighbourhood Fred Rogers]], of the BadassPacifist type of real man.
14th May '16 3:28:07 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Gordon [=McSweeny=] in Harry Turtledove's ''{{Timeline-191}}'' story line (specifically the Great War series) is the most fierce soldier on either side during the Great War, willingly leads any raid that he is ordered to make, and won the Medal of Honor at least once, possibly twice. He is also a fanatical Presbyterian, constantly scolds his men for the slightest of offences (once putting himself on report for failing to clean his mess kit, then chewing out his CO for ignoring the complaint), never fails to lambast anyone who has theological differences with his church, and prefers to use a flamethrower to "give [the Confederates and Mormons] a nice foretaste of hell before they get there."

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* Gordon [=McSweeny=] in Harry Turtledove's ''{{Timeline-191}}'' ''Literature/Timeline191'' story line (specifically the Great War series) is the most fierce soldier on either side during the Great War, willingly leads any raid that he is ordered to make, and won the Medal of Honor at least once, possibly twice. He is also a fanatical Presbyterian, constantly scolds his men for the slightest of offences (once putting himself on report for failing to clean his mess kit, then chewing out his CO for ignoring the complaint), never fails to lambast anyone who has theological differences with his church, and prefers to use a flamethrower to "give [the Confederates and Mormons] a nice foretaste of hell before they get there."
9th May '16 3:15:30 PM skybox
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* Bethany Hamilton, while she isn't a man, obviously, but she is a {{Badass}}. ''Nothing'' will stop her from the sport she loves, not even the shark that ripped off her left arm at the shoulder.

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* Bethany Hamilton, while she Hamilton isn't a man, obviously, but she is a {{Badass}}. ''Nothing'' will stop her from the sport she loves, not even the shark that ripped off her left arm at the shoulder.
7th May '16 9:38:10 PM luckyhat4
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* Famous film actor Creator/ToshiroMifune, a Japanese Christian of the Methodist church.
3rd May '16 9:58:45 AM SoapheadChurch
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* George S. Patton. A hard-charging, immensely profane general who prayed and read the Bible every damn day.
** He also ordered his [[BadassPreacher Chaplain]] to write a prayer that would be distributed to the troops during the Battle of Bastogne: "Almighty and most merciful Father, we humbly beseech Thee, of Thy great goodness, to restrain these immoderate rains with which we have had to contend. Grant us fair weather for Battle. Graciously hearken to us as soldiers who call upon Thee that, armed with Thy power, we may advance from victory to victory, and crush the oppression and wickedness of our enemies and establish Thy justice among men and nations."
** And also believed in reincarnation, including that he was personally present in many famous past campaigns such as that of Julies Caesar, Alexander, etc.

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* George S. Patton. A hard-charging, immensely profane general who prayed and read the Bible every damn day. \n** He also ordered his [[BadassPreacher Chaplain]] to write a prayer that would be distributed to the troops during the Battle of Bastogne: "Almighty and most merciful Father, we humbly beseech Thee, of Thy great goodness, to restrain these immoderate rains with which we have had to contend. Grant us fair weather for Battle. Graciously hearken to us as soldiers who call upon Thee that, armed with Thy power, we may advance from victory to victory, and crush the oppression and wickedness of our enemies and establish Thy justice among men and nations."
** And also believed in reincarnation, including that he was personally present in many famous past campaigns such as that of Julies Caesar, Alexander, etc.
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** "God give it to us to slay the enemies of the Jews for the enemies of the Jews are the enemies of all mankind."

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** "God -->"God give it to us to slay the enemies of the Jews for the enemies of the Jews are the enemies of all mankind."



* Don't mess with [[BadassIsraeli these guys]].
** The Jewish population of Israel is mostly secular, even if they follow some traditional Jewish cultural practices.



* Pilgrims would hold Church service in the same building where the militia's powder was kept. Which means they could not light the stove in the middle of a New England winter. It was considered a [[MachoMasochism point of honor]] to stand straight and upright through the entire ''long'' service. When they started chattering the preacher would [[DrillSergeantNasty shout]] out something like, [[PunctuatedForEmphasis Stand! And hear the word of God!]] Apparently Pilgrims thought that the way of the Lord was similar to TheSpartanWay.
** Not surprising, given the hardships the Pilgrims had to endure their first winter after landing.
* Many professional wrestlers, from the Born Again ShawnMichaels and Wrestling/{{Sting}} to the lifelong devout ChrisJericho ([[PlayingAgainstType really!]])
** And the late, great EddieGuerrero.

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* Pilgrims would hold Church service in the same building where the militia's powder was kept. Which means they could not light the stove in the middle of a New England winter. It was considered a [[MachoMasochism point of honor]] to stand straight and upright through the entire ''long'' service. When they started chattering the preacher would [[DrillSergeantNasty shout]] out something like, [[PunctuatedForEmphasis Stand! And hear the word of God!]] Apparently Pilgrims thought that the way of the Lord was similar to TheSpartanWay.
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TheSpartanWay. Not surprising, given the hardships the Pilgrims had to endure their first winter after landing.
* Many professional wrestlers, from the Born Again ShawnMichaels and Wrestling/{{Sting}} to the lifelong devout ChrisJericho ([[PlayingAgainstType really!]])
**
really!]]) And of course the late, great EddieGuerrero.



* Salah-ad-Din Yusuf Ibn Ayyub the Great was the Muslim version of this, as were many Muslim commanders during the era of the Crusades and onwards.
** Most, if not all, Muslim military personnel are the Islamic version of this trope.

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* Most, if not all, Muslim military personnel are the Islamic version of this trope.
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Salah-ad-Din Yusuf Ibn Ayyub the Great was the Muslim version of this, as were many Muslim commanders during the era of the Crusades and onwards.
** Most, if not all, Muslim military personnel are the Islamic version of this trope.
onwards.



* Samurai were often quite strongly Buddhist, and Zen Buddhism in particular is often associated with them.
** There were also Christian Samurai, like [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dom_Justo_Takayama Dom Justo Takayama Ukon]], who may soon become the first Samurai Saint.

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* Samurai were often quite strongly Buddhist, and Zen Buddhism in particular is often associated with them.
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them. There were also Christian Samurai, like [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dom_Justo_Takayama Dom Justo Takayama Ukon]], who may soon become the first Samurai Saint.



* Devout preacher and civil rights activist ''UsefulNotes/MartinLutherKingJr''.
** The actor who portrayed him in ''Film/{{Selma}}'', David Oyelowo, is a Christian as well and in fact has said God called him to play Martin Luther King Jr.

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* Devout preacher and civil rights activist ''UsefulNotes/MartinLutherKingJr''.
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''UsefulNotes/MartinLutherKingJr''. The actor who portrayed him in ''Film/{{Selma}}'', David Oyelowo, is a Christian as well and in fact has said God called him to play Martin Luther King Jr.



* Creator/VicMignogna is a Christian and has thanked God for his success in the anime industry.
** His Anime/FullmetalAlchemist co-star Creator/CaitlinGlass is also a Chirstian herself.

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* Creator/VicMignogna is a Christian and has thanked God for his success in the anime industry. \n** His Anime/FullmetalAlchemist co-star Creator/CaitlinGlass is also a Chirstian herself.
3rd May '16 9:53:46 AM SoapheadChurch
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* The [[ChickTracts Chick Tract]] ''The Sissy'' discusses this trope: two tough guys rib on a trucker's "Jesus Saves" bumper sticker, until they get a good look at him and find that he's twice their size. Rather than give them a beating, the trucker treats them to dinner and explains that being a Christian doesn't make you a sissy and that JesusWasWayCool. It would have had a surprisingly insightful moral about not judging people by appearances and respecting others religions if the trucker didn't quickly switch topic to how everyone who doesn't accept his particular brand of Christianity is destined for hell.

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* The [[ChickTracts Chick Tract]] ''The Sissy'' discusses this trope: two tough guys rib on a trucker's "Jesus Saves" bumper sticker, until they get a good look at him and find that he's twice their size. Rather than give them a beating, the trucker treats them to dinner and explains that being a Christian doesn't make you a sissy and that JesusWasWayCool. It would have had a surprisingly insightful moral about not judging people by appearances and respecting others others' religions if the trucker didn't quickly switch abandon that topic halfway through to explain how everyone who doesn't accept his particular brand of Christianity is destined for hell.
17th Apr '16 11:03:01 PM jabberwocky1996
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* Despite playing the sociopath Kilgrave in ''Series/JessicaJones'', Creator/DavidTennant is a Christian and says he's a frequent church-goer.

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* Despite playing the sociopath Kilgrave in ''Series/JessicaJones'', Creator/DavidTennant is a Christian and says he's a frequent church-goer.
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