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Ernest L. Vermont

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Major Ernest L. Vermont, USA (ret.) “is an ordained clergyman with 33 years of ministry service. He has served churches in Alaska, Nevada, New York and New Jersey. He is also a career Army Chaplain having served the Nation for over 24 years including tours in Turkey and Iraq. He has served the Army admirably in many capacities. Twice he held the position of an Executive Pastor.


Major Ernest L. Vermont is a graduate of the Chaplain Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, the United States Army Combined Arms and Service Staff School, the Army Command and General Staff College and the Clinical Pastoral Education Resident Course at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.  He holds a 7R Hospital Ministry) Army Skill Identifier.  He also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy from Barrington College, Barrington, Rhode Island, Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry degrees from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California.” (Onward Education). Major Ernest L. Vermont is the author of Tactics of Truth: Military Principles for Waging Spiritual War.

Tactics of Truth
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The MOAA said of Tactics of Truth: Military Principles for Waging Spiritual War, “Vermont presents his proposal for the Church's radical transformation: Army doctrine can teach the Church how to be more intentional and assertive as it wages 21st century spiritual warfare. Christians need to be reminded that "spiritual militancy" is not a contradiction. A spiritual warrior ethos must be recaptured in this postmodern, post-Christian era.”

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