The Pentagon’s newly announced policy of allowing people who identify as transgendered to serve in the military and receive special health care raises serious religious liberty concerns, charges a coalition of military chaplains. Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty, which says it speaks for more than 2,600 chaplains serving the armed forces, noted that in a recent conference call with its associates,

a senior Pentagon official outlined implications of the policy change. Pointing out that anyone in the military who receives a medical statement from a military medical professional certifying that they suffer from gender dysphoria will have all medical resources available for surgical alterations. FULL REPORT