|Sent on:||Thursday, June 13, 2013 3:08 PM|
I guess the trade-off would be to call such a person a "Humanist Counselor", but whatever they're called they should have the same rank, duties and privileges as religious chaplains. Nonreligious members of the military should have the same access to those who would help look after their general well-being without the inclusion of any religion-based mumbo jumbo.
The House is voting on this issue again today.
I agree with the points made, but isn't a secular chaplain an oxymoron or contradiction in terms? Could it be that they need a new term for what the person would be, especially if this could be part of the hold up? I also wonder, why are sessions with psychiatrists or psychologists not kept as confidential as those with a chaplain, just as they normally would be in civilian life?
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