Seeking more information.

Good day, Sir or Ma’am,

After reading through your website I’m very interested in your foundation. I think you are really making an impact.

I’m trying to learn more and have some questions about how your organization defines the word “religion.” Developing a common understanding of terms is hard when individuals come to the table with their own connotations of the word. I think hearing what your team thinks will help me when I frame my conversations and make our case.

(name withheld)
US Army

Response from MRFF Advisory Board Member John Compere Brigadier General, Judge Advocate General’s Corps, US Army (Retired)
Dear (name withheld),
Thank you for your inquiry. Our definition of “religion” is the standard one from any American dictionary – “a particular system of faith and worship (faith, belief, worship, creed, church, sect, denomination, cult, etc.)”.
Attached is information on Our Constitution, Any Religion & The Military which will provide more specific information for you.
Hopefully, this will answer your question. We appreciate you contacting us.
John Compere
Brigadier General, Judge Advocate General’s Corps, US Army (Retired)

MRFF Advisory Board Member


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