Christians under siege push for more freedom of expression in military

“There is a growing list of cases and incidents that point to the fact that religious liberty in our nation’s military is under attack,” said Family Research Council President Tony Perkins.

One event detailed in the report described a soldier who was reprimanded for serving fare from Chick-fil-A — known for its owners’ strong Christian beliefs — and for making statements related to the federal law on same-sex marriage at his promotion party. Religious leaders have had invitations to speak at military events abruptly withdrawn, and military personnel have been ordered to remove religious signs and symbols.

Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/jul/17/proponents-of-religion-push-for-more-freedom-of-ex/#ixzz2ZQTZQeJ9 
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