Dispute over Bible at Manchester VA hospital divides veterans

A dispute over a Bible display at the Manchester Veterans Affairs hospital in New Hampshire is erupting into a full-fledged war, to include close-air support and vows from both sides to trample.

All or nothing: Veteran suing VA over bible display applauds anonymous addition of other religious texts. Thursday, May 16, 2019 James L. Chamberlain Opinion, are patients at the Manchester veterans medical center. Nine of those veterans, like me, are practicing, believing Christians.

A Bible at the center of a dispute between two military organizations will now be displayed prominently at a veterans hospital. The Bible was donated to Manchester VA Medical Center by. in the.

In January, the Manchester Veterans Affairs Medical Center in New Hampshire removed a Bible on display at a "Missing Man" table after a secular group, the Military Religious Freedom Foundation.

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A dispute over a Bible display at the Manchester Veterans Affairs hospital in New Hampshire is erupting into a full-fledged war, to include close-air support and vows from both sides to trample.

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In directives sent to VA facilities nationwide, Wilkie clarified that displays “should respect and tolerate differing views” and “should not elevate one belief system over others.” “We want to make.

Washington D.C., Jul 9, 2019 / 03:01 pm (CNA).- New policies from the U.S. Department of veterans affairs permit religious literature, symbols, and displays at VA facilities in a way that protects.

A Bible that was on display at the Manchester Veterans Affairs Medical Center is at the center of a controversy.The Bible was carried by a prisoner of war in World War II and then made part of a.

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