- While I noted that 11 of the 12 signatories to their letter to Congress were retired, I failed to mention that the organization's entire steering committee is comprised of retired chaplains. Presumably, none of these folks have ever served in the fully integrated military.
- According to the organization, "The Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty is in the process of becoming a non-profit, 501(c)(3), organization. During this process, all donations will be received by Grace Churches International and are tax deductible." Presuming, therefore, that they are a relatively new organization, "religious liberty" is probably defined as limited to the repeal of DADT. Incidentally, I believe that a pending 501(c)3 is prohibited from making arrangements like this.
- Finally, the organization is "partnered" with Alliance Defense Fund. Enough said.
Friday, April 6, 2012
Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty and Homophobia Part Deux
Yesterday I wrote about this group that is trying to reinstate DADT. There are a few things that I overlooked.