A Nonprophetic Ministry

'Military Chaplains and Religious Diversity'

Kim Philip Hansen
Palgrave MacMillan, $85, 252 pp.

Kim Hansen’s ethnography of chaplains in the U.S. military opens with a memo, sent to the chief of chaplains, explaining the Muslim holiday of Eid, the festival of fast-breaking at the end of Ramadan. The memo provides the relevant dates...

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About the Author

Melissa M. Matthes teaches in the Government/Humanities Department of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy.