Government contractor/retired military
Are the military academies too focused on religion? I don't think so. With a lot of the things going on in the world today, you can never have enough religion.
Does enforcing tolerance for opposing viewpoints stifle Christian practice? People have a right to their own viewpoints, and to choose their own religion.
Should religion influence foreign policy? Probably not. The world is so diverse, with so many different kinds of religion, that you can't favor any single religion. There has to be some kind of medium, some sort of balance.
Do our military academies overemphasize religion? I don't know about the other academies, but everything I've read and heard suggests that Christian evangelicals have free reign at the Air Force Academy.
Does promoting tolerance for other viewpoints stifle the Christian majority? I can't say, but I think everyone should be equal.
Have you ever been proselytized? Yes, I have.
How did it make you feel? Uncomfortable. It's no one else's right to convert others. Let people choose for themselves.
Are the military academies getting too Christian- oriented? If you strictly enforce separation of church and state, yes. But soldiers need to take what they can get, and if that's religion, they should be allowed to have it.
Does enforced tolerance of other viewpoints stifle Christian practice? Some Christians may think that it compromises their power base by diffusing it to other viewpoints. I don't see how it stifles their spirituality.
Have you ever been proselytized? Lots of times. Everyone who feels they know where the Lord or Allah resides wants to take you there, too.
How did it make you feel? It depended on what stage of life I was in. Sometimes I welcomed those efforts, sometimes I was repulsed.