God And The Gun

Martin Bell investigates the role of religion in the armed forces.

There are now more chaplains on active service with the British forces than at any time since World War II, and many faiths are represented.

But what part does religion play in an organisation trained to kill people?

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Martin Bell investigates the role of religion in the armed forces. There are now more chaplains on active service with the British forces than at any time since World War II, and many faiths are represented. But what part does religion play in an organisation trained to kill people?

Martin Bell investigates the role of religion in the armed forces. There are now more chaplains on active service with the British forces than at any time since World War II, and many faiths are represented. But what part does religion play in an organisation trained to kill people?

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Martin Bell investigates the role of religion in the armed forces.

There are now more chaplains on active service with the British forces than at any time since World War II, and many faiths are represented.

But what part does religion play in an organisation trained to kill people?

1/2. Martin Bell investigates the role of religion in the armed forces. There are now more chaplains on active service with the British forces than at any time since World War II, and many faiths are represented. But what part does religion play in an organisation trained to kill people?

1/2. Martin Bell investigates the role of religion in the armed forces. There are now more chaplains on active service with the British forces than at any time since World War II, and many faiths are represented. But what part does religion play in an organisation trained to kill people?

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Martin Bell investigates the role of religion in the armed forces.

2/2. Martin Bell investigates the role of religion in the armed forces. There are now more chaplains on active service with the British forces than at any time since World War II, and many faiths are represented. But what part does religion play in an organisation trained to kill people?

2/2. Martin Bell investigates the role of religion in the armed forces. There are now more chaplains on active service with the British forces than at any time since World War II, and many faiths are represented. But what part does religion play in an organisation trained to kill people?

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