ELSEWHERE: Pentagon Silencing Christians in Military?

Ed Morrissey takes a nuanced look at the revised DOD regs on proselytizing. Good on him for not adding to the Todd Starnes scarefest. But I think he’s a little too charitable. When I was an Army logistics officer, there was already pressure on chaplains not to pray “in Jesus’s name.” The military’s tendency towards diversitocracy is real and it’s harmful – all the more reason to get the story straight. Meanwhile, World Mag picks up the story.

About S. L. Whitesell

Lee studies law at the University of Pennsylvania. He and his wife Joanna live in Philadelphia.

  • http://byzantium.wordpress.com Kullervo

    As a fun game, try using the search function over on the Pagan channel (or on the Wild Hunt/Pagan Newswire Collective site that used to be on Patheos and is now independent) for about ten seconds to see monotone, persistent hysteria about the supposedly aggressively militant fundamentalist/Pentecostal Christian chaplaincy that is threatening our very liberties from inside the US armed forces.