So Help Me God: A Reflection on the Military Oathby Brian Bohlman
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As service members continue to fight the War on Terror, many are reflecting on the military oath that they pledged to keep. Four words ultimately transform American citizens into Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines and Coast Guardsmen. Bohlman, a veteran, considers the importance of the military oath, examines the power of faith in times of conflict, and helps prepare military members and their families for the challenges of their service commitment. It is an excellent resource to inspire the troops for service and preserve the core values of the U.S. Armed Forces. Special Features: Appendix section includes reference resources such as a list of all U.S. Military Oaths, the Code of Conduct, the Will to Survive, the Flag Folding Ceremony, and much more. Also contains end-of-chapter reflection questions that make it a great tool for individual and small group studies in an academic setting or a deployed environment.
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Meet the Author
Dr. Brian L. Bohlman is the founder and executive director of OPERATION THANK YOU and the SO HELP ME GOD PROJECT. The mission of these 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations is to inspire faith, promote patriotism, and support our troops by providing inspirational and patriotic resources and programs that honor God, Country, servicemembers, veterans, and their families.
He has served in the U.S. Armed Forces since 1992 and is presently a chaplain in the Air National Guard and an associate professor of chaplaincy studies at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary.
He is the author of several books which are now available as digital download editions. His first book, "So Help Me God: A Reflection on the Military Oath" examines the significance of the military oath and remains a best-seller for military members and veterans.
His most recent book, "For God and Country: Considering the Call to Military Chaplaincy" examines the common factors and vocational motivations of those called to serve as military chaplains and is a must read for any person considering the military chaplaincy as a vocation.
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