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Humanist Chaplains in the Dutch Military

Humanist Chaplains in the Dutch Military

In the United States, humanist chaplains are decried as contradictions in terms or as abominations against the Christian establishment. Chaplains provide a valuable service to boost the morals and morale in the military, health care positions, the military and other … Continue reading

Mass Invites To Church Unchecked in Military Units

Mass Invites To Church Unchecked in Military Units

What is the purpose of command information systems? Is it for official business or is it an advertising service for Christian events? A common email to “All Personnel” email distributions is the call to worship services. Chaplains do provide services … Continue reading

Center for Inquiry Takes Up Fight Against Military Evangelism

Center for Inquiry Takes Up Fight Against Military Evangelism

A new agency has taken up the struggle against religious fundamentalism in the US Military – the Center For Inquiry Office of Public Policy. The Office’s new director, Michael DeDora, commissioned a white paper from Dr James Parco to assess … Continue reading

Christian Embassy Video Culprit Given Top Post at West Point

Christian Embassy Video Culprit Given Top Post at West Point

Rewards continue for those who were found to have violated regulations by promoting Christianity at the Pentagon in Uniform. MAAF has learned that Lieutenant General Robert Caslen, past President of the Officers’ Christian Fellowship, is slated to be the next¬†Superintendent¬†at … Continue reading

Military Atheists Expanding to Special Ops at Ft Bragg

Military Atheists Expanding to Special Ops at Ft Bragg

Ft Bragg is the home of primary deployment center for the Army’s combat power. Home to Forces Command (the Army’s deployable forces), including the famous 82nd Airborne Division and Special Operations Command, Ft Bragg is one of the most important … Continue reading