VIDEO: A conversation on Southern Baptist military chaplains

By Thomas Willis
Sep 19, 2013

A recent editorial at Associated Baptist Press criticizes the North American Mission Board for its newly published guidelines pertaining to Southern Baptist military chaplaincy. The author, Tom Carpenter, charges the newly-minted regulations made by NAMB in the wake of the repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act force Southern Baptists to violate their orders as military chaplains.

Russell D. Moore and Andrew T. Walker respond:

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