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by Richard M. Budd


Anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of how the professional and fully institutionalized chaplaincy of today's military came about would do well by consulting Budd's book. Bradley L. Carter, On Point. Military chaplains have a long and distinguished tradition in the United States, but historians have typically ignored their vital role in ministering to the needs of soldiers and sailors.

Home Browse Books Book details, Serving Two Masters: The Development of American. Serving Two Masters: The Development of American Military Chaplaincy, 1860-1920. Despite the chaplaincy's long history of accompanying American armies into battle, there has never been consensus on its role within the military, among the churches, or even among chaplains themselves. Each of these constituencies has had its own vision for chaplains, and these ideas have evolved with changing social conditions and military growth.

Serving Two Masters book. Anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of how the professional and fully institutionalized chaplaincy of today's military came about would do well by consulting Budd's book. -Bradley L.

Anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of how the professional and fully institutionalized chaplaincy of today's military came about would do well by consulting Budd's book.

Serving Two Masters: The Development of American Military Chaplaincy, 1860-1920. Jonathan Ebel, "Serving Two Masters: The Development of American Military Chaplaincy, 1860-1920. Richard Budd," The Journal of Religion 83, no. 3 (Ju. 2003): 439-440. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. The Apostle Paul in Arabia.

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This book should be in the library and part of the reading list for the chaplain officer basic and 56M advanced individual training courses

This book should be in the library and part of the reading list for the chaplain officer basic and 56M advanced individual training courses. -Chaplain (LTC) Thomas C. Condry, The Army Chaplaincy - Thomas C. Condry The Army Chaplaincy "Richard Budd removes the veil and allows us to glimpse the birth and maturation of the military chaplaincy.

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Budd, Richard . (2002). Serving two masters : the development of American military chaplaincy, 1860-1920. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press. p. 84. ISBN 0803213220.

Serving two masters : the development of American military chaplaincy, 1860-1920, Richard M. Budd Lincoln, Nebr. University of Nebraska Press, c2002 . A shield and hiding place : the religious life of the Civil War armies, by Gardiner H. Shattuck, Jr Macon, GA : Mercer University Press, c1987 (Contains chapter about chaplains) .

Chaplain Richard M. Budd has made a welcome, concise, well written and researched contribution to an overlooked chapter in chaplain history. Anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of how the professional and fully institutionalized chaplaincy of today's military came about would do well by consulting Budd's book." --Bradley L. Carter, On Point.

Military chaplains have a long and distinguished tradition in the United States, but historians have typically ignored their vital role in ministering to the needs of soldiers and sailors. Richard M. Budd corrects this omission with a thoughtful history of the chaplains who sought to create a viable institutional structure for themselves within the U.S. Army and Navy that would best enable them to minister to the fighting men.

Despite the chaplaincy's long history of accompanying American armies into battle, there has never been consensus on its role within the military, among the churches, or even among chaplains themselves. Each of these constituencies has had its own vision for chaplains, and these ideas have evolved with changing social conditions and military growth. Moreover, chaplains, acting as members of one profession operating within the specific environment of another, raised questions of whether they could or should integrate themselves into the military. In effect they had to learn to serve two institutional masters, the church and the government, simultaneously.

Budd provides a history of the struggle of chaplains to professionalize their ranks and to obtain a significant measure of autonomy within the military's bureaucratic structure--always with the ultimate goal of more efficiently bringing their spiritual message to the troops.

Yndanol
An excellent history of military chaplaincy in the US. I had to read it for a class, but it was a good read for something that was required.
Uylo
Richard M. Budd clearly lays out how the chaplaincy developed into what it is today with clear themes and engaging historical accounts.
fr0mTheSkY
Excellent value - timely read with the 235th birthday of the Army Chaplains, this is a recent history of military chaplains
blodrayne
The product has no cover....This is a brand new book! Very dissatisfied with this purchase
Serving Two Masters: The Development of American Military Chaplaincy, 1860-1920 ebook
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