Dispute over Bible at Manchester VA hospital divides veterans

veterans’ health care battle becomes dispute over the details. Surgeons of the Belvoir Hospital at Fort Belvoir, Va., pose for a photo on April 12, 2017.. but there’s dispute over its details.

If she were to enter the main foyer of the Manchester VAMC, she would witness a picture of President Donald Trump smiling from one wall over. the dispute. The lawsuit filed against the Veterans.

That’s the message Vice President Mike Pence sent to the Manchester VA Medical Center. the Bible by a family member after.

All or nothing: Veteran suing VA over Bible display applauds anonymous addition of other religious texts. Thursday, May 16, 2019 James L. Chamberlain Opinion, are patients at the Manchester Veterans Medical Center. Nine of those veterans, like me, are practicing, believing Christians.

Whistleblower concers sent to VA secretary in September 2016 . table display at the veterans hospital in Manchester, N.H. An Air Force veteran has sued the director of the hospital over the display of the Bible. (Kristin Pressly/Manchester VA Medical Center.

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MANCHESTER, NH – Battle lines have been drawn at the Manchester VA Hospital, where a Bible on a table has pitted one veteran against another. It’s a stalemate that could wind up being settled in court, says Mikey Weinstein, Founder and President of Military Freedom From Religion.. At the heart of the controversy is church-state separation in the military, says Weinstein, and that extends.

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Dispute over Bible at Manchester VA hospital divides veterans John Newman, pastor at Higher Ground Ministries in Barnstead, holds his Bible in front of the cross at his home compound on Lucas Pond.

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VA Announces Immediate Actions at Manchester VA Medical Center . WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs David J. Shulkin, M.D., announced actions the department is taking immediately to respond to whistleblower concerns at the Manchester, New Hampshire, VA Medical Center (VAMC) detailed in an article in today’s Boston Globe.

New displays, of course, are precisely what the VA is addressing. Details, details. Throughout such disputes. the Department of Veterans Affairs over a POW/MIA display featuring a Christian Bible.

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In January, the Manchester Veterans Affairs Medical Center in New Hampshire removed a Bible on display at a "Missing Man" table after a secular group, the Military Religious Freedom Foundation.