(NPR) Should Military Chaplains Have To Believe In God?

The United States military chaplaincy program has a proud heritage that stretches all the way back to the Continental Army during the American Revolution.

“They are rabbis, ministers, imams and priests who serve our nation’s heroes and their families as committed members of the U.S. Army,” according to one video produced by the U.S. Army Chaplain Corps.

But are they ready for an atheist chaplain?

Read or listen to it all.


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One comment on “(NPR) Should Military Chaplains Have To Believe In God?

  1. Cennydd13 says:

    My answer to this question is “Yes, they must.”