Shane Vander Hart: President Donald Trump’s executive order promoting free speech and religious liberty set a positive tone, but did little else.
Twenty-four senators and U.S. representatives have written a letter to Army Secretary John McHugh about a chaplain disciplined for giving spiritual guidance.
The U.S. Army has issued a letter of concern to a chaplain for “using Christian scriptures and solutions” during a suicide prevention training session.
The Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty asks the U.S. Navy to reconsider its recent decision to remove Bibles from Navy lodges and guest quarters.
(Washington, DC) The Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty is receiving calls from concerned parents of Air Force Academy cadets about the Academy’s removal of the phrase “So help me God” from the Cadet Oath, the Officer Oath, and the Enlisted Oath in the Academy Contrails Cadet Handbook. “The removal of this phrase is a disservice […]
The Department of Defense classified Catholics, Evangelicals, Jews, and Mormons as religious “extremists” similar to Al-qaeda in training materials.
The Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty has contacted the Air Force exhorting them to not discriminate against chaplains’ speech.