Christian conservative Bryan Fischer on Monday chided Vanity Fair for “aiding and abetting” Caitlyn Jenner's “mental illness.”

Earlier this year, Olympian and reality TV star Bruce Jenner came out as a transgender woman in an ABC News interview with Diane Sawyer.

Caitlyn Jenner debuted Monday in a preview of Vanity Fair's upcoming July cover story.

(Related: Caitlyn Jenner, formerly Bruce: Vanity Fair cover frees me.)

An outraged Fischer told his Focal Point radio listeners that he rejected Jenner identifying as a woman.

“If you want one snapshot of just how corrupt, how morally corrupt, how morally bent, how morally twisted, how morally confused, how morally bankrupt we have become, all you've got to do is take a look at the cover of Vanity Fair magazine,” he said.

“My heart, frankly, goes out to Bruce Jenner. I'm not going to call him Caitlyn Jenner because that's not his name, and I'm not going to refer to him as a she. He's a he. He's a he in every single solitary cell of his body. He will be until the day that God calls him home. So he's a male in every single cell of his body, so he's always going to be a he in the terminology that I'm going to use. I'm never going to refer to him as a she because that would be a lie.”

Fischer, a vocal opponent of LGBT rights, added that he was showing more compassion for Jenner than the editors of Vanity Fair.

“They are showing no compassion for him, no genuine care for him, because they are celebrating his progress down a pathway that could lead him to kill himself. I would suggest to you that there is absolutely zero compassion, zero love in aiding and abetting someone's mental illness. A mental illness that could drive them to self-destruction,” he said.