Contemporary chaplaincy programs demonstrate that practices termed spiritual are not unique to the political left or right and chaplains from a wide variety of institutional backgrounds are grappling with how to provide this spiritual care a ministry of presence makes clear that this grappling has a particular history and in so doing . Spiritual care is understood to be the end of religious freedom 171 while sullivans claim is certainly debatable her foregoing analysis provides good reasons to accept it chapter 5 a ministry of presence discusses the central spiritual care practice of chaplains in the new establishment. A ministry of presence chaplaincy spiritual care and the law pastor fails miserably when interviewed by court about how he spends the ministrys funds a chaplains story from . A ministry of presence chaplaincy spiritual care and the law chicago 2014 which portrays the chaplain and her ministry as a product of the legal regulation of religion and as a form of spiritual governance the impossibility of religious freedom the immanent frame 2014 is masterpiece cakeshop a church the immanent frame 2018. The chaplain it is argued has become the necessary religious expert who negotiates and bridges the sacred secular divide through her his distinctive practice of a ministry of presence us first amendment law as well as popular notions of the shape of religious freedom in a diverse religious society have enabled the flourishing of the
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