Friday, February 10, 2006

Decriminalization --
Air Force Eases Religion Policy - Los Angeles Times

The Air Force released new guidelines for religious expression Thursday that no longer cautioned top officers about promoting their personal religious views.

The revisions were welcomed by conservative Christians, who said the previous rules were too strict. Critics called the revisions a step backward.

The original guidelines were created after allegations that Christians at the Air Force Academy were imposing their views on others. Some chaplains were accused of telling cadets to warn nonbelievers they would go to hell if they were not born again.
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