If that's the worst chaplains are guilty of...... I just don't see the force. c.i.
I guess most soldiers took the chaplain's blackmail as a joke and were not "baptized" in their hearts.
This is regardless of the chaplain's intentions. His intentions were blackmailing barter towards some of the men and women who were risking their lives for their country. "Conversion" in exchange for the use of a common facility.
And who the hell gave this reverend rights over such a scarse commodity?
It's perverse. Period.
fbaezer, I'm sure you're right; many took the bath instead of the baptism. Noth'n wrong with that; when does any preist/chaplain own water? It just ain't christian to not share. c.i.