After reading that I'm even more convinced this guy shouldn't be a chaplain in the military. He can still serve if he wants and sounds qualified to, just not as a chaplain.
FYI, according to the article there's an estimated 10,000 agnostic and atheist in the military. Since this information is put on your dog tags I would say they have a pretty good idea of the stats. Split those 10,000 up amongst all the commands in all the branches and whoop dee doo, there's a few per command. The command would be better served with a regular chaplain than this guy.
This is all about pushing an agenda that maybe a couple people want. I bet if you polled those 10,000 you would find most saying they don't think the guy should be a chaplain.