Americans United Responds To Religious Right Claims Of Religious Liberty Violations In The Military

Boston, Rob
January 2015
Church & State;Jan2015, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p9
The article focuses on a report titled "A Clear and Present Danger: The Threat to Religious Liberty in the Military" by the U.S. Family Research Council as of March 2014 and on the views of Americans United (AU), a group advocating separation of Church and state in the U.S., regarding the same. It mentions that the report lists cases of alleged violations of Christians' religious liberty in the U.S. Armed Forces. It reports a testimony by AU concerning balance of religious rights in military.


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