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Resources for the Newly Enlightened Atheist

Resources for the Newly Enlightened Atheist

There is significant angst in the military community about ‘loss of faith’. Loss of faith is listed explicitly as a moral injury and contributor to general and even traumatic stress. The wording ‘loss of faith’ is framed, purposely or not, … Continue reading

Military Chaplains Embrace Diversity Including Humanism

Military Chaplains Embrace Diversity Including Humanism

Update 23 Apr 2017: Minor corrections to Excel version of changes as well as a comparison to 2017 and 2013 Faith Group code listings to show impact of changes. Further commentary from MAAF and affected organizations, as well as analysis … Continue reading

Our Silent Vigil

Our Silent Vigil

“Our Silent Vigil” by Jeffrey Yelverton of Fort Jackson If you are in the military you are no stranger to Benedictions. As an agnostic, it was a bit of a change and a culture shock. Coming from the liberal midwest (Minneapolis), religion … Continue reading

Family Research Council Advertises Military Humanism

Family Research Council Advertises Military Humanism

The Family Research Council has chosen to celebrate Humanism as a way to advance its agenda of hate against LGBT persons. FRC has accepted a guest blog from an anonymous (and prudent) Air Force officer. The blog lays out the … Continue reading

Chaplains Are Atheists In Foxholes

Chaplains Are Atheists In Foxholes

This Memorial Day, the Washington Post examined how some chaplains struggle to reconcile their faith with the terrors of war: “What happens when the military chaplain is shaken by war” by Michelle Boorstein. The article provides some candid and real … Continue reading

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