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Uproar follows chaplain’s reference to faith group called Military Association of Atheists and Freethinkers made the fight public, accusing Chaplain Joe Lawhorn of using “his official position to force his personal religious beliefs on a captive military audience” in a November presentation to Army members. Lawhorn then received what amounted to a letter of reprimand from his commanding officer, Col. David G. Fivecoat, at Fort Benning, Georgia. Now, a spokesman for Lawhorn’s sponsoring organization, retired Chaplain Ronald Crews of Grace Churches International and the Chaplain Alliance, has come to his defense.

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