Friday, March 31, 2017

Army’s diversity plan on ‘unconscious bias’ blasted as anti-faith by chaplain group

Via Billy

The Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty group claims that an Army plan to train troops on "unconscious bias" is "code for those who hold orthodox beliefs about sexual matters." (Facebook, U.S. Army Chaplain Corps)

The U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command is accused by a chaplain’s group of using “unconscious bias” training to undermine soldiers who subscribe to core tenets of the Christian faith.

The Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty says that a training plan adopted in January by then-Army Secretary Eric Fanning will surreptitiously try to normalize sexual behavior that Christians consider sinful. The Jan. 18 directive seeks to root out “implicit or unconscious bias” of senior leadership and others in positions of authority.

Ron Crews, a retired Army chaplain and executive director of the group, said the plan was a sociological experiment designed to discourage faith.


  1. This is Mattis job. The officers that covered up the "lost" female army rangers records, anti Christian bias all over the armed services, and pushing females into the combat operations are SJW leadership that needs to be purged. Get to it. indyjonesouthere