I hope all of our God-fearing Freepers notice this essential element of the program.
It is not now, nor has it ever been legal to compel another person to believe in any god and it's certainly not Christian.
The spiritual statements include: I am a spiritual person; My life has lasting meaning; and I believe there is a purpose for my life.
I don't think the last two are necessarily spiritual in nature, although they can be construed that way. You can answer no to the first one and yes to the next two and not be in any contradiction.
One could also say yes to the first and no to the next two and be placed on suicide watch. I'd like more information on how effective this "test" has been in protecting and helping soldiers deal with combat stress. Does it have scientific validity and if it does is it effective across all belief systems?