Chaplains

Military Chaplains

The men and women who serve in the military are no different than their civilian counterparts. They too possess hopes, dreams, and faith.

The ministry to members of the armed forces has been approached in a variety of ways, dependent upon historical epochs and divergent cultures.

One of the journals devoted to studying ministry to members of the military is Curtana: Sword of Mercy. Coincidentally, it is edited by the host of Mere Inkling.

It is published twice each year in a free PDF form. The articles are, of course, copyrighted by their authors, but I invited you to download the current issue here. (Archived issues are also available.)

If you are interested in how the journal was named, check out the article here.

 

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