Navy Chaplain Censored: 'Don’t Pray in the Name of Jesus'

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By Todd Starnes

A Navy chaplain who faces the end of a stellar 19-year career because of his faith-based views on marriage and human sexuality was told by a base commander to refrain from offering a prayer in the name of Jesus, according to attorneys representing the chaplain.

That allegation was tucked away in an 18-page letter written to the commander of Navy Region Southeast by Liberty Institute attorneys representing Chaplain Wesley Modder. Liberty Institute is a law firm that specializes in religious liberty cases.

The letter included the results of Liberty Institute’s investigation of allegations levied against the chaplain by Captain John Fahs.

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