Posts Tagged ‘ Chaplains ’

Air Force Revises Religious Expression Policy

Nov 18th, 2014 | By

The Air Force’s new policy more clearly reflects the priority of religious freedom in our Constitution and in the conscience protections for servicemembers and chaplains that Congress passed in the National Defense Authorization Act. Whereas the old language was misleading and confusing for Commanders to apply, these revisions point to well-established standards for protecting religious expression.

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Chaplains: Answering A Higher Calling To Serve

Aug 5th, 2014 | By

The role of a chaplain is inherently religious. As the makeup of our service members has expanded, the chaplaincy has expanded with it to include representatives reflecting the many faith traditions of our troops, including Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, Muslim and Hindu. When a religious leader becomes a military chaplain, he pledges to equally serve all members of the armed forces, regardless of religious belief. Chaplains faithfully carry out this sacred duty each and every day.

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Southern Baptists Issue Guidelines For Chaplains On ‘Gay’ Marriage

Sep 4th, 2013 | By
An Army Without a Soul

The Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) has just issued a series of guidelines for military chaplains over the issue of traditional marriage and so-called “gay” marriages.

The guidelines have been issued by the North American Mission Board to protect Southern Baptist chaplains from having to perform or participate in “gay” wedding ceremonies.

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Chairman’s Report for June 1st 2012

Jun 1st, 2012 | By
Washington Times Ad

The Religious Freedom Coalition’s advertising campaign warning of the Obama Administration’s threats to religious freedom began running on May 13th. The first newspaper to accept the ad was the Panama City News Herald. This newspaper is in the Panhandle of Florida, in an area that has a large military presence. Many of those living in the area fought for religious freedom in Iraq and Afghanistan, only to see Christians persecuted by the predominantly Muslim governments there.

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Report From Washington – May 18, 2012

May 18th, 2012 | By
Obama's gay military

In this issue: Obama says military chaplains must recognize same-sex marriage / Obama orders military chaplains to violate federal and state laws / New ad points to Obama attacks on religious freedom / Congressman Todd Akin’s work to protect rights of military chaplains / Groups fight Eric Holder’s attempt to expand Internet gambling to state lotteries / Taxpayers paying for abortions for illegal immigrants / Muslim voters control keys to power in Europe / Bowing to Islam, France bans port form government buildings

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Saving Religious Freedom Ads begin running in Florida

May 10th, 2012 | By
Religious Freedom Coalition ad on Obama

Religious Freedom Coalition newspaper ads telling of the Obama Administration’s threats to religious freedom begin running on May 13th. The first newspaper to accept the ad was the Panama City News Herald. This newspaper is in the Panhandle of Florida, in an area that has a large military presence. Many of those living in the area fought for religious freedom in Iraq and Afghanistan, only to see Christians persecuted by the predominantly Muslim governments there.

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Report From Washington – April 20, 2012

Apr 20th, 2012 | By
Boko Haram Logo

In this issue: The Boko Haram and the State Department Terror List / State refuses to condemn Boko Haram despite mass killings / Congressmen defend the Cross at Camp Pendleton / Military religious Freedom Protection Ac to be voted one in Congress / Muslim group says that Muslims should not serve in law enforcement / Air Force says no Bibles needed in hotel rooms / UK “Lord” offers bounty on Bush and Obama / Boko Haram kills more people this week / Egypt TV says Egyptian Christians are traitors

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