Navy Victory in Marriage Views Battle

Army Chaplain in Afghanistan with a Cross
Army Chaplain in Afghanistan with a Cross

A military Navy chaplain has been exonerated after answering a gay officer’s question about marriage and facing the “firing squad,” so to speak, for those views.

“From my perspective when I’m asked a question about homosexuality, I’m going to give a biblical viewpoint in accordance with my ordaining church, the Assemblies of God,” the chaplain Modder explained on “Fox and Friends.” His CO had recommended his being possibly discharged and losing his command, but the Navy rejected this because he was doing what all chaplains should do.

Watch the interview here

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