What Does Duty to God Mean?

Here’s the official BSA answer…but we want to know your answer when a Scout or parent asks you. Comment Below.

A Scout is reverent. He is reverent toward God. He is faithful in his religious duties and respects the convictions of others in matters of custom and religion.


3 Comments on “What Does Duty to God Mean?

  1. Duty to GOD is a fundamental part of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) as well as
    a unifying part of the Boy Scout movement, worldwide. The Religious experience of
    young Scouts was a concern for the Founder, Lord Robert Stephenson Smyth Baden-Powell, who had a firm commitment to reverence and Duty to GOD as a primary part of Scouting. To be Reverent means to be “deeply respectful, to treat with reverence or honor, to venerate or worship, to regard highly with a great and unquestioning love.” The foundation of Scouting rests on the belief in a divine presence, reverence for the CREATOR of all things. Scouting experiences need to include this awareness along with each Scout’s participation in Religious activities to do their Duty to GOD.
    ~ David C. Gironda, Sr., Phoenix, AZ

  2. My duty to God is to do gods will and follow as close as I can to the ten commandments, to honor God and to be a example to others

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