Serving God and Country: United States Military Chaplains in WWII  -     By: Lyle Dorsett
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Serving God and Country: United States Military Chaplains in WWII

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During World War II, more than 12,000 Protestant ministers, Catholic priests, and Jewish rabbis left home to serve in the armed forces. Relive their harrowing stories as you see how they poured out their young lives to aid our troops' spiritual morale. Captures the true meaning of what constitutes a chaplain. 304 pages, softcover. Berkley.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 304
Vendor: Berkley Trade
Publication Date: 2013
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
ISBN: 0425253554
ISBN-13: 9780425253557

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In World War II, more than twelve thousand Protestant ministers, Catholic priests, and Jewish rabbis joined the Chaplain Corps. They were men of faith under fire.

And they would charge straight into Hell to save the soul of a single soldier…

Representing America’s three major religious traditions, volunteers from across the country enlisted as noncombatant commissioned officers to provide spiritual strength and guidance for those fighting men who never knew if they were going to survive.

Armed only with Bibles, Torahs, and the tools of their holy trade, these men of God went wherever the troops went. They prayed over men about to go into combat on land, at sea, and in the air. And, most important and difficult of all, they guided fallen fighting men of every faith as they breathed their last, and gave up their lives in the fight against tyranny.
 
These are the personal stories of some of the bravest and most selfless men who served with the armed forces. Many lost their lives or suffered debilitating wounds as they strived to keep the military personnel spiritually awake, morally fit—and prepared to make the journey from this world to the next without fear or despair, and with the trust of the Almighty in their hearts.

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Author Bio

Lyle W. Dorsett has a Ph.D. in American history, served in the Marine Corps Reserves, and taught twentieth-century U.S. history at the University of Southern California, University of Missouri–St. Louis, University of Colorado–Denver, Denver University, and Wheaton College in Illinois. Dorsett is also rector of Christ the King Anglican Church in Birmingham, Alabama, and he currently holds the Billy Graham Chair of Evangelism at Beeson Divinity School, Samford University.

Editorial Reviews

"Dr. Dorsett has skillfully written the stories of the chaplains who made their contribution during World War II...This is a tremendous work of interest to military historians, spiritual leaders from all faith groups, and patriotic Americans."—Carlton W. Fulford, Jr., General (Ret.) U.S. Marine Corps

"One of those rare books that delivers excellent history and realistic inspiration in equal measure."—Mark A. Noll, Francis A. McAnaney Professor of History, University of Notre Dame

"Lyle Dorsett does a superb job at capturing the spirit, culture, and challenges chaplains of all denominations faced during World War II."—Chaplain (LTC) Robert Nay, 5X Skill ID, Military Historian, U.S. Army

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