Well, does the chapel exclude non-Christian Scouts or doesn't it? If non-Christian Scouts were not allowed to attend the services there, if they were truly excluded, then I could understand.
If I'm Polish and Italians come to my house for dinner, they shouldn't be surprised to be served galumpkis and pierogis.
If you served galumpkis you may never see you Italian dinner guests again.....
“If” the Scouts refuse to admit atheists/non Christians then so be it, it’s their organization they should be able to decide who they would like to have in it and who they would like to exclude.
For example, if your Italian friends have a “men’s club” like the Knights of Saint Columbus,if they don’t wish to give access to non Italians, what of it?
The thing that I do not understand is this view that all doors should be open to everyone at all times no matter what,lestways, someone somewhere gets offended...
WE can only control ourselves, we really cannot control the emotions of others,.