Military chaplains as peace builders

embracing indigenous religions in stability operations by William Sean Lee

Publisher: Air University Press in Maxwell Air Force Base, AL

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  • United States,
  • Military chaplains,
  • Religious aspects,
  • War,
  • Peacekeeping forces

Edition Notes

StatementWilliam Sean Lee, Christopher J. Burke, Zonna M. Crayne
SeriesCADRE paper -- no. 20, CADRE paper -- no. 20.
ContributionsBurke, Christopher J., 1963-, joint author, Crayne, Zonna M., joint author, Air University. College of Aerospace Doctrine, Research, and Education
Classifications
LC ClassificationsD301.26/6:M 59
The Physical Object
Format[elektronische middelen] :
Pagination1 online resource (xi, 41 p.)
Number of Pages41
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27075039M
ISBN 101585661325
ISBN 109781585661329
OCLC/WorldCa555793475

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Retired Major S.K. Moore, a former military chaplain, demonstrates persuasively that yes, chaplains are brave, vulnerable, empathetic, and caring, but they also play a critical role in peace building, connecting with religious leaders of many different faiths and cultures in 21st century war zones.4/5(1).

Moore believes integrating chaplains into operational and interagency structures will leverage Throughout the book, Moore defined RLE as a viable operational ministry tool which can leverage local religious communities and leaders to aid and promote peace.4/5.

In the military, chaplains are not simply prophets of peace but active builders of it as well. They are concerned about the spiritual tension of people's lives, the future destiny of their families, and the quality of life for the nation and the world.

Moreover, chaplains are aware that outer peace is. Military Chaplains, Vector. likes. Military Chaplains have been "Serving those who serve our troops." since More than we'll ever know, they have played a vital role in our nation's Followers: Chaplains are credentialed ministers of the Gospel of Jesus Christ with a specific vocational calling to serve within an institutional (the hospital, the university, community service, the marketplace, etc.), government (Bureaus of Prisons, VA, etc.) or the military environ s.

Chaplains are evangelical pastors toFile Size: KB. By way of theoretical analysis and documented case studies from a number of countries, Military Chaplains as Agents of Peace considers Religious Leader Engagement (RLE) as an emerging domain that advances the cause of reconciliation via the religious peace building of chaplains: A construct that may be generalized to expeditionary, humanitarian.

WW1 New Testament, KJV, American Bible Society, Appears to be the YMCA triangle on cover so may have been distributed by them to deploying/deployed troops.

Carried by Soldier, later given to Soldier's decedent by his grandmother when 8-years-old but it remarkably survived. (Courtesy Dr. Ed Coss, CGSOC History Instructor, Ft. Belvoir, VA) WW2 New Testament with. First, those involved in military operations, either commanding, planning or as chaplains and, second, those reflecting on theological questions, such as just-war theory and pacifism, where Moore has provided fresh insight into the nature of conflict and peace.5/5(1).

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In some countries, like Israel, Canada, and South Africa, one chief of chaplains/chaplain general serves in that position for all chaplains of Occupation type: Profession.

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NW, Washington, D.C., This professional bulletin for all Army, Navy and Air Force chaplains is a medium for those interested in the military chaplaincy to share the product. United States military chaplains hold positions in the armed forces of the United States and are charged with conducting religious services and providing counseling for their adherents.

As ofthere are about 2, chaplains in the Army, among the active duty, reserve, and National Guard components. Arnold E. Resnicoff (born ) is an American Conservative rabbi who served as a military officer and military chaplain.

He served in Vietnam and Europe before attending rabbinical school. He then served as a U.S. Navy Chaplain for almost 25 years. He promoted the creation of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and delivered the closing prayer at its dedication.

In the President of the Nationality: American. American War for Independence Chaplains Thomas Allen () Thomas Allen volunteered as a chaplain during the revolutionary war and took up arms in the Battle of Bennington. Election Sermon () Manasseh Cutler () Manasseh Cutler served as military chaplain for multiple American units during the Revolutionary War.

A Fasting Sermon () A Century Church [ ]. Chaplains have been present throughout military history to support the emotional and spiritual well-being of the troops. Even in the 21st century, all of the service branches recognize that beyond just beans, bullets, and band-aids, servicemembers and their families require sustenance of a less tangible nature, regardless of their specific religious beliefs.

To help illustrate the vital role military chaplains can play as peace builders, let's begin by examining a fictional but plausible scenario. The US intelligence community is surprised to learn.

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