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Military Chaplains and Religious Diversity

Military Chaplains and Religious Diversity by Kim Philip Hansen
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The book is about the way military chaplains handle religious diversity among the enlisted they serve and within their own corps. It is based on extensive in-depth interviews with more than 30 active duty chaplains, so their successes, failures and conflicts are described in their own words. The book will be of interest to military chaplains, chaplain candidates, seminarians exploring career options, and other clergy and counselors who perform institutional ministry (e.g. hospital chaplains). It will appeal to sociologists who study multiculturalism and pluralism, as well as to people with scholarly or professional interest in church/state issues, such as equal opportunity officers. It will be interesting to readers concerned with the rise of the 'religious right', the status of Islam in America, and general interest in military history and American culture.
Palgrave Macmillan; September 2012
253 pages; ISBN 9781137025166
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Title: Military Chaplains and Religious Diversity
Author: Kim Philip Hansen
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