Michael Chapman writes at CNSNews.com:
Evangelical Christian Rev. Franklin Graham called upon President Donald Trump "to do something about" an Army chaplain, who is a Baptist, and who faces "serious punishment" because he refused to allow a lesbian couple to participate in one of his marriage retreats.
"Mr. President, I hope you will be able to do something about this," said Rev. Graham in an April 18 post on Facebook. "You are the commander in chief of the U.S. Armed Forces."
"Army Chaplain Scott Squires is being punished for doing his job," said Graham. "He's facing serious punishment for explaining to a soldier that he couldn't conduct a marriage retreat that would include same-sex couples -- because of his belief in the biblical definition of marriage. . . ."
"When Chaplain Squires realized that a same-sex couple wanted to participate in his marriage retreat, he explained they could not but he also sought to arrange a retreat for the couple with a chaplain who would allow their participation," Chapman writes. "However, this apparently was not acceptable to the lesbians and the pro-LGBT enforcers in the Army."