GOV’T FAILS GOD: The Threat to Religious Freedom of Christians in the Military – ‘We Must Defend the Religious Freedom of Those Who Defends Ours’

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In the video below, members of our Armed Forces speak out about the culture of fear and intimidation in the US military that is forcing Christian soldiers to hide their faith.

This is happening despite the fact that, since its inception, America has been considered a Christian Nation.

The overwhelming percentage of the men and women who currently serve in our Armed Forces are Christian. And an overwhelming percentage of those who have died in defense of our country were Christian.

The attacks on Christianity in the military have caused the Bible to be banned from military hospitals, chaplains to be deemed non-essential, prayer to be banned from military funerals and soldiers to be dismissed for voicing their Christian beliefs about homosexual marriage. For a more exhaustive list of attacks on the religious freedom of Christians click here (prepared by the Family Research Council)

The attack on the religious freedom of Christians in the military is a warning for us all of what is coming if we do not stop it now.

Join the battle.
Share their story.

If you are a member of the Armed Forces and believe that your right to religious freedom as a Christian has been violated click here to complete the legal help request form or call the Thomas More Law Center at 734-827-2001.

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Video Provided to The Thomas More Law Center Courtesy of Family Research Council

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