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Turn the other cheek?
Army Major Steven Firtko and Navy Lieutenant Commander Dan Klender, entered the San Diego Veterans Affairs-Department of Defense Clinical Pastoral Education Center program in August 2012, writes CNS reporter Russ Jones. Their lawsuit alleges that “shortly thereafter, the program's supervisor, Nancy Dietsch, began to harass the two men for their beliefs. On various occasions and without provocation, she admonished them not to pray in Jesus' name or cite Scripture, sometimes pounding her fists on her desk, accusing them of ‘not giving a [expletive]’ about VA patients and other members of the military, and threatening to fail them. She continued to openly ridicule them and their beliefs openly in class.”
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