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Chaplain Fired - Too Christian
Aug 30, 2022

Sarah Cain

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A chaplain at the Austin, TX fire department was fired for a blog post that he made, in which he wrote about how men should not be permitted in women's sports.

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  • No different to what happened to our TOP Rugby player here in Au... Israel Folau who spoke out on his personal Instasham account... also was 'booted' ourt of the Rugby Assocn here:

  • 1 Timothy 5:18 17 Elders who lead effectively are worthy of double honor, especially those who work hard at preaching and teaching. 18 For the Scripture says, " Do not muzzle an ox while it is treading out the grain," and, "The worker is worthy of his wages." 19 Do not entertain an accusation against an elder, except on the testimony of two or three witnesses.… This man was serving our Creator God and is worthy of his wages... speaking against the lies of this corrupted world is a voice that needs to be heard, yet once again another brave soldier has been silenced in the workplace.. may his voice be heard even louder now and reach even more than before... We need honest soldiers on the battlefront and how else do we get them amongst the wolves unless they infiltrate in whatever capacity they can, paid or voluntary does it matter... Kudos for him speaking up against the tide... YHWH will honour his efforts.. may He reward this soldier 7 fold for his faithful service to the flock and if it is HIs will, even have this man reinstated should he wish to be, even against the odds... YHWH's will be done in earth as it is in Heaven... Amen

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  • I'm a retired Chaplain who served 22 years with the Veteran's Administration. As a career employee I was Board-Certified, Clinical Chaplain and endorsed as such by the Federally approved system. Chaplains serve in the Armed Forces and Military because there is a unique need to provide Spiritual Care to people serving in circumstances where they are not free to attend worship. Chaplains are provided to assist individuals with their respective faith specific needs.

    Fireman, Police, military, and other professions should not be denied spiritual care. Chaplains are there to either facilitate or provide spiritual care in such a way that individual and group needs can be met. The idea is that the Chaplain assesses the individual's beliefs, and works with their faith, not the Chaplain's faith. The result being a better employee.

    Removing Spiritual Care from people who work in Fire/Rescue and Law Enforcement effectively denies them Constitutionally protected rights.

  • We are fighting the wrong battle here, by design. As a libertarian and a follower of Yah and a redpilled individual, here is what I say about chaplains: totally blasphemous and contrary to a free society. An organization with an ostensibly secular purpose having a paid representative of the One True God on their payroll is what should concern you, as a Christian (Churches have pastors/elders but professional killer organizations and drunk frat houses have Chaplains, why is that?). The fact that one is fired for being "too Christian" is intended to rile people who identify as "Christian" into the thinking they need to get involved with this organization and waste their time. It is psyop marketing "if you don't come around and waste your lives on this organization, we'll stop having a Christian around for marketing purposes." You never hear about a pastor/chaplain or other paid position representing religion getting fired for being "too anti-federal reserve," because that is who is indirectly paying for most of these pastorships and chaplaincies, and if one was, they would not trumpet the reason to you, they would "nothing" it. If they really wanted a "too Christian" chaplain gone, they could do in a manner that did not reach public ears. Any representative of YHWH God should be extremely concerned about representing Him in the context of a dual loyalty: You represent HIM but someone else with a totally different agenda is supposedly paying you to do that even though following Him could most certainly put an individual at odds with this organization. Doing this for an organization that less than 30 years ago invaded another country under false WMD allegations, is inexcusable. Advocating for the US government while saying your represent YHWH is a clear violation of the Third Commandment which instructs that you do not take His name in vain. Associating His name with things He did not do and does not support is the strongest way I can image of violating the 3rd.

  • It would help if you investigated the US military Chaplaincy; it is the second oldest corps, right after #infantry, and yikes.

    Also, unless it has recently changed, which politics dictates, you may like to know that ALL chaplain CMH recipients are #Catholic #priests, at least nominally.

  • Too Christian. I would love to enter heaven carrying that label from the world.

  • why should you care if there offended. I am offended by homosexuals and transvites.

  • why should you care if there offended?

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