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Sam Johnson Talks Change but Legislates Status Quo

Sam Johnson Talks Change but Legislates Status Quo

A few days ago, Representative Sam Johnson, R-TX, representing Plano, North of Dallas, has chosen to take up the ongoing holy war to evangelize the US military. He recently stood on the floor of the Congress ranting about atheists and … Continue reading

Navy Chief of Chaplains Reinforces Pluralism

Navy Chief of Chaplains Reinforces Pluralism

Update: Local command Response letter added t the Chief’s response below. The Navy has re-affirmed pluralism in the wake of one chaplain who was dismissed for relying exclusively on “biblical” counseling. Two weeks ago, Liberty Institute and other Christian privilege advocacy … Continue reading

Do Atheists Curse a Blessed Day?

Do Atheists Curse a Blessed Day?

Objections from the Military Religious Freedom Foundation recently led to new policy at an Air Force installation to stop its gate guards from greeting visitors with “Have a blessed day.” The objection was that this religious greeting was inappropriate for … Continue reading

Do You Even Chaplain, Bro?

Do You Even Chaplain, Bro?

A Chaplain has been dismissed (pending appeal) from military service for evangelizing troops under his care. Kudos to the military for finally enforcing professional chaplain conduct. That having been said, this issue is still under investigation and the details are … Continue reading

Air Force Celebrates Humanists at Offutt AFB

Air Force Celebrates Humanists at Offutt AFB

In a great leap forward for acceptance of Humanists, Offutt Air Force Base posted a story celebrating the approval of Offutt Humanists, aka OH!, as a recognized Private Organization. While Chaplains provide advertising, space, resources, and organization for beliefs they deem acceptable, … Continue reading