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Start by marking American Evangelicals and the . Traces the 50-year history of conservative Christians' spiritual offensive within the US military. Military, 1942-1993 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The study shows how evangelicals won thousands of converts to their faith, becoming a highly visible and well-respected presence in the armed forces and influencing a number of service programmes.
Loveland, Anne C. American Evangelicals and the . Baton Rouge, L. Louisiana State Univ. military since World War II has been the tremendous increase in the presence of Protestant evangelicals throughout the ranks. Loveland's volume provides a thorough history and analysis of the rise of evangelicals within the military and of the work of nondenominational organizations providing ministries to service members.
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Evangelical Christians are growing force in Air Force chaplain corps, illustrated by recent government-financed . It has all created a complicated environment and caused tensions over tolerance and the role of the military chaplain. Some conflicts have already become public. A Pentagon investigation into the religious climate at the Air Force Academy here found no overt discrimination, but it did find that officers and faculty members periodically used their positions to promote their Christian beliefs and failed to accommodate non-Christian cadets, for example refusing them time off for religious holidays.