Latest "Military Religious freedom Foundation" stories
Pentagon unveils new religious liberty policies after pressure from conservative lawmakers
While critics of the new regulation are concerned that this will encourage military superiors to push their religious beliefs on their fellow service members, proponents of the rule have hailed it a victory for religious liberty.
Christian love wasn’t meant to be weaponized: A retired Air Force chaplain and rabbi’s message
When an anonymous Army officer’s wife sent an email to Mikey Weinstein and the Military Religious Freedom Foundation Aug. 31, a retired Air Force chaplain, a Jewish rabbi, felt compelled to write back.
Unhappy with Pentagon’s religious liberty guidance, lawmakers set up meeting with top defense official
A group of conservative lawmakers have demanded a meeting with Defense Secretary Mark Esper to talk about religious liberty issues.
By Kent Miller
The real reason the Marine Corps is disallowing Shields of Strength’s Bible verse dog tags
The author of this commentary says no one is stopping Shields of Strength from making dog tags with Bible verses, but the dog tags can't be officially licensed by the Marine Corps or have the USMC's trademarked emblem on them if they promote religion.
By Chris Rodda
Anti-religion group seeks to deny troops inspirational dog tags
The author of this commentary says the Pentagon should allow replica dog tags with Bible verses to fulfill requests by service members.
By Mike Berry