you don’t like the Gospel of Jesus Christ on the vet admin clinic POW table mickey?
your a lying decitfull ,backstabing money loving, dirty lawyer. Christian hating traitor to America. in other words your a goddamn JEW!
we hope they make it a nation holiday when you croak and rot in hell.
too bad its to late for the ovens for you and you’re little storm troopers mickey. Or is it?

(name withheld)


In reply to your opinionated response:

“you don’t like the Gospel of Jesus Christ on the vet admin clinic POW table mickey?
your a lying deceitful ,backstabbing money loving, dirty lawyer. Christian hating traitor to America. in other words your a goddamn JEW!
we hope they make it a nation holiday when you croak and rot in hell.
too bad its to late for the ovens for you and you’re little storm troopers mickey. Or is it?”
Let me begin by giving you some information as to what “a goddam JEW” has in correlation to Jesus Christ. This is thousands of years old scripture you may find in your own personal copy of the Christian New Testament Bible, not my words or opinion.
After reading this, you’ll see that Jesus would not have considered himself a “Christian”, that label came along hundreds of years after his death. Secondly, he would have been appalled by “Christians” using his name and beliefs to spread hate to others.
As stated, don’t take my word on this, open up your own personal Bible and be enlightened. If that doesn’t work, i’d be happy to send this to a VA Christian Chaplain for his or her Christian Theological opinion as to the Biblical facts laid out here within, and respond to you with the factuality of my research below.
Jesus is a real, historical person, born in the Land of Israel, during the Roman occupation, in approximately the year 3 BCE. However, at the time His name was actually pronounced, “Yeshua,” and that is the name used to be used. So we have factual history that there was a man named Jesus (Yeshua) whom performed miracles and preached changes to some of the Old Testament laws; hence we have Jesus, a Jew, advocating for reform.Jesus also occupies the position of having been the claimed Jewish Messiah the Old Testament promised- I will not assume he is or is not, but if YOU assume he is the Messiah, then God (Son of God / Spirit of God) CHOSE to be born into a Hebrew/Jewish Family, CHOSE to live his life as a Jew, even spending nearly half his adult life studying to become a Rabbi, and advocated as a Jew for changes to the current Jewish religious politics of his time, not the obliteration of the Hebrews or Jewish faith.That Yeshua was born Jewish is one of the LEAST contested truths of the Bible. The very first verse of the New Covenant reads: The book of the genealogy of Messiah Yeshua (“Jesus Christ”), the son of David, the son of Abraham (Matt. 1:1). Who were Abraham and David?
Abraham was the first Hebrew. God changed his name from Abram (Gen. 17:5). In Gen. 14:13 he is called Abram the Hebrew. So we can see that Yeshua (Jesus) is descended from “Abram the Hebrew.”  Joseph and Mary, his parents, were Hebrews. Even to this day, Jews are also called “Hebrews”, and the language of the Jews is “Hebrew.”Abraham and his descendants were given the unconditional covenant of the Promised Land (Gen. 17:8) and the covenant of circumcision (Gen. 17:10). Abraham is the father of the Jews (Acts 3:12-25). Isaac was his son and Jacob was his grandson (Matt. 1:2). Thus, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob are known as the Patriarchs, the fathers of the Jews.Jacob’s name was changed by God to “Israel” (Gen. 35:10-12) and he had twelve sons (Gen. 35:23-26) from whom come the Twelve Tribes of Israel. All of their descendants are known collectively throughout the Bible as the Children of Israel (Ex. 1:6-7).One of those twelve sons was Judah (Gen. 35:23, Matt. 1:2) and it is from his name that we get the word ‘Jew’. Although Yehudah (Judah) was only one of the twelve, by 700 BCE, because of the course of Israel’s history, the word Yehudee (Jew) came to mean any person descended from Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob (Jer. 34:9). So, for instance, Saul haShaliach (the Apostle Paul) was of the tribe of Benjamin (Romans 11:1) yet he self-identified as a Jew (Acts 22:3).Nevertheless, according to the Bible, the Messiah must be descended from the tribe of Judah (Gen. 49:10) as King David was (1Sam. 17:12, 1Ch. 28:4) and descended from King David himself (2Sam. 7:12-13, Isa. 9:6-7, Jer. 23:5-6). That is why the Messiah is called Son of David (Matt. 21:9).Yeshua (Jesus) is from the Tribe of Judah (Heb. 7:14). His earthly father was descended from David (Matt. 1:6-16) and His mother was as well (Luke 1:27, 32-34, 3:23-31).In addition, Yeshua was born King of the Jews (Matt. 2:2). The King of the Jews must Himself be Jewish (Deut. 17:15). His aunt Elizabeth was Jewish (a descendant of Aaron, Moses’ brother) and His uncle Zacharia was a Jewish priest (Luke 1:5, 36). Yeshua was circumcised according to Jewish law (Luke 2:21, Lev. 12:2-3), and redeemed according to Jewish law (Luke 2:22-23, Num. 18:15). His mother atoned according to Jewish law (Luke 2:24, Lev. 12:6-8). He is called The Consolation of Israel (Luke 2:25) and The Glory of Thy People Israel (Luke 2:32). Jesus was born a Jew.                                                          Jesus lived as a Jew
Although He was born in Bethlehem (Matt. 2:1, Micah 5:2), Yeshua was raised in Nazareth (Luke 2:39-40). Both were Jewish towns at the time, according to archeologists, historians and theologians. Bethlehem is just south of Jerusalem while Nazareth is north, in the Galilee section. Both of Yeshua’s parents were from Nazareth (Luke 1:26-27, 2:4, 39) and they returned there with the Child when they had done everything according to the Law of the Lord that His birth required (Luke 2:39). His aunt and uncle were also Torah observant Jews (Luke 1:6) so we can see that probably the whole family took their faith very seriously.Yeshua’s parents made the 140 mile (225 m.) round trip to Jerusalem every Passover (Luke 2:41) in observance of Deut. 16:16. It was at the age of twelve that Yeshua stayed behind an extra three days to learn from the Temple teachers (Luke 2:46). Although He already understood the Torah well (Luke 2:47), His attitude of listening and questioning indicates love of the Hebrew scripture and respect for the teachers. He also respected the Temple itself, calling it His Father’s (Luke 2:49). Near the end of His life, He praised a widow for giving all she had to the Temple (Luke 21:1-4).In adult life, His disciples were Jews (John 1:47, Matt. 20:25-26) and they called Him ‘Rabbi’ (John 4:31). Mary called Him ‘Rabboni’ (John 20:16). They sought Him because they believed the Torah and the Prophets (John 1:45).A Pharisee who had not yet come to faith in Him also addressed Yeshua as ‘Rabbi’ (John 3:2), as did a crowd of people (John 6:25). A Samaritan woman easily recognized He was a Jew (John 4:9).

Yeshua’s disciples spoke Hebrew (John 1:38, 41) and so did He, as well as Chaldean, a closely-related language brought back by the Jews from their captivity in Babylon (Matt. 27:46). In the sermon on the mount He affirmed the authority of the Torah and the Prophets (Matt. 5:17) even in the Kingdom of Heaven (Matt. 5:19-20). He regularly attended synagogue (Luke 4:16) and His teaching was respected by the other congregants (Luke 4:15). He taught in the Jewish Temple (Luke 21:37) and if He were not a Jew, His going into that part of the Temple would not have been allowed(Acts 21:28-30).

Although He differed with some of His contemporaries on how to keep the commandments (Matt. 12:12), He did not disagree on whether to keep them, saying such things as,”if you wish to enter into life, keep the commandments,” (Matt. 19:17). When He healed someone of leprosy, he instructed him to,”show yourself to the priest and present the offering that Moses commanded…”(Matt. 8:4, Lev. 14).

Yeshua not only taught others how to live a Jewish life, He lived it Himself. The outward signs of this were such things as wearing tzitzit (tassles) on His clothing (Luke 8:43, Matt. 14:36Strong’s # 2899) to serve as a reminder of the commandments (Num. 15:37-39). He observed Passover (John 2:13) and went up to Jerusalem (Deut. 16:16). He observed Succot (John 7:2, 10) and went up to Jerusalem (John 7:14). He also observed Hanukah (John 10:22) and probably Rosh haShanah (John 5:1), going up to Jerusalem on both those occasions as well, even though it isn’t commanded in the Torah.

The inward sign of His Judaism was a circumcised heart (Deut. 10:16, 30:6).

When faced with temptation, Yeshua answered from the Hebrew Scripture (Matt. 4:2-10, Deut. 8:3, 6:16, 6:13). When teaching, He taught from the Hebrew Scripture (Matt. 22:42-45). When admonishing, He quoted from the Hebrew Scripture (Mk. 7:6-13).

Yeshua self-identified as a Jew (John 4:22) and as King of the Jews (Mk. 15:2). From His birth to His last Passover seder (Luke 22:14-15), Jesus lived as a Jew.

Jesus died a Jew

When Yeshua was taken prisoner by a Roman captain, his cohort, and some Jewish officials (John 18:12), He was delivered into the custody of the Jewish priests, elders, and scribes (Mk. 14:53). The Roman soldiers would not have placed Him under Jewish jurisdiction if He were not Jewish.

Later, Yeshua was brought before the Sanhedrin, the Jewish council (Luke 22:66). He was charged with an offense against Jewish Law (Matt. 26:65-66, Lev. 24:13-14, John 19:7). Pilate, head of the Roman occupation, also recognized Jewish jurisdiction over Yeshua (John 18:31). This was because Yeshua was a Jew (John 18:35).

He unequivocally identified Himself as the Messiah (Mk. 14:61-62) and as we have seen above, the Messiah must be Jewish. He said He is the King of the Jews (Matt. 27:11) and, as we have also seen above, the King of the Jews must Himself be Jewish. The Jewish crowd also called Him ‘King of the Jews’ (Mk. 15:12). He was mocked, spat on and beaten by the Roman soldiers as ‘King of the Jews‘ (Mk. 15:16-20) and when they crucified Him, their charge was ‘King of the Jews‘ (Matt. 27:37).

The place of judgment had a Hebrew place-name (John 19:13) and the place of crucifixion had a Hebrew place-name (Mk. 15:22).

Joseph of Arimethea, who took custody of Yeshua’s body, was Jewish (Luke 23:50-52) and he laid the body in his own new tomb (Matt. 27:59-60). Therefore, Yeshua was buried in a Jewish cemetery. He was also buried according to Jewish custom of the time (John 19:40). Without doubt, Jesus died a Jew.

Jesus was resurrected a Jew?

If you are of the Christian faith, then you believe these passages in the Bible. Remember Yeshua=Jesus. His name was Yeshua in his time,2,025 years ago, and changed to Jesus much later on; as many Biblical names were changed due to translations from Hebrew /Sumerian/ Latin /Greek and back-and-forth.

Yeshua the risen Jew told his Jewish disciples to go out and teach all the Gentiles (Matt. 28:19, Strong’s # 1484).

Then, after eating, talking and walking with His disciples, Yeshua, “lifted up His hands and blessed them” (Luke 24:50). What blessing is spoken with lifted hands? The Aaronic Benediction (Num. 6:24-26) is given in Synagogues and in Churches even to our day, and in the Synagogues it is still given as it was more than a thousand years before the resurrected Jew Jesus gave it: with lifted hands. In fact, another name for the Aaronic Benediction is “The Lifting up of Hands.” (see Sketches of Jewish Social Life in the Days of Christ. Ch.XVII. A. Edersheim. Eerdmans pub.)

Rav Sha’ul (the apostle Paul) tells us that while he was on the road to Damascus Yeshua spoke to him from heaven in Hebrew (Acts 26:14). Sha’ul, a Jew who was born a Roman citizen (Acts 22:27-28), was fluent in Greek (Acts 21:37) and possibly many other languages, but Yeshua spoke to him in Hebrew, the language of the Jews.

Sha’ul did not become a believer until well after Yeshua’s death and resurrection, yet an important part of his message is that Yeshua is a descendant of the Jewish king David (2Tim. 2:8).

Many years after His resurrection, Yeshua testified that He is the root and offspring of king David (Rev. 22:16), and in a time yet future, two of His titles will be Lion of the tribe of Judah, and Root of David (Rev. 5:5).

In Matt. 24:20 He told us to pray concerning the coming tribulation, that we would not have to flee on the Sabbath. And in Matt. 26:27-29 Yeshua told the disciples that He will celebrate the Passover seder anew with us in His Father’s kingdom.

The standard He will use at the judgement is the Law God gave the Jews. To those who do not do the will of God, He will say, “Depart from Me, you who practice lawlessness” (Matt. 7:22-23, Strong’s # 458, 459).

In (Heb. 13:8) we are told Yeshua the Messiah is the same yesterday, today and forever. So, if He ever was a Jew He was resurrected a Jew, and He is one to this day.

He was born a Jew, He lived a Jew, He died a Jew, and He was resurrected a Jew. He is alive and Jewish now, and forevermore the same.


Jordan Ray


Hey Coward,

Aside from being a chickenhearted punk neo-Nazi who can’t spell and is apparently missing most of his brain and all of his heart, how are you?

I ask because I suspect you must be in serious psychological pain to spew out a message as moronic as this one you’ve sent from your fake-but-revealing pretend email address.

The only reason to respond to this kind of thing is to express concern for the mental health of a person who could stoop as low as is necessary to vomit out such hatred and pretend it is in defense of Christianity.

You poor, pathetic soul, you have our sympathy.

Mike Farrell

(MRFF Board of Advisors)


Dear (name withheld),

Thank you for naming yourself after the worst anti-Semite to ever walk the face of the earth. You saved me from calling you that name.


What you wrote is nothing new or original. In fact, your namesake said it first.

In Mein Kampf (I read the whole book) Hitler wrote-

“I believe that I am acting in accordance with the will of the Almighty Creator: by defending myself against the Jews, I am fighting for the work of the Lord.”

Although Hitler did not practice religion in a churchly sense, he certainly believed in the Bible’s God. Raised as Catholic he went to a monastery school and, interestingly, walked everyday past a stone arch which was carved the monastery’s coat of arms which included a swastika. As a young boy, Hitler’s most ardent goal was to become a priest. Much of his philosophy came from the Bible, and more influentially, from the Christian Social movement. (The German Christian Social movement, remarkably, resembles the Christian Right movement in America today.) Many have questioned Hitler’s stand on Christianity. Although he fought against certain Catholic priests who opposed him for political reasons, his belief in God and country never left him. Many Christians throughout history have opposed Christian priests for various reasons; this does not necessarily make one against one’s own Christian beliefs. Nor did the Vatican’s Pope & bishops ever disown him; in fact they blessed him! As evidence to his claimed Christianity, he said:

“My feelings as a Christian points me to my Lord and Savior as a fighter. It points me to the man who once in loneliness, surrounded by a few followers, recognized these Jews for what they were and summoned men to fight against them and who, God’s truth! was greatest not as a sufferer but as a fighter. In boundless love as a Christian and as a man I read through the passage which tells us how the Lord at last rose in His might and seized the scourge to drive out of the Temple the brood of vipers and adders. How terrific was His fight for the world against the Jewish poison. To-day, after two thousand years, with deepest emotion I recognize more profoundly than ever before the fact that it was for this that He had to shed His blood upon the Cross. As a Christian I have no duty to allow myself to be cheated, but I have the duty to be a fighter for truth and justice… And if there is anything which could demonstrate that we are acting rightly it is the distress that daily grows. For as a Christian I have also a duty to my own people.”

Martin Luther’s 1543 pamphlet On the Jews and Their Lies was a “blueprint” for the Kristallnacht. Shortly after the Kristallnacht, Martin Sasse, Bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Thuringia, published a compendium of Martin Luther‘s writings ; Sasse “applauded the burning of the synagogues” and the coincidence of the day, writing in the introduction, “On November 10, 1938, on Luther’s birthday, the synagogues are burning in Germany.”

Great job in pointing out that you do mirror Hitler.

Is it too late for you to take the cowardly way out of this world like Hitler did and join him? I’m sure he’d love to see you and compare notes. Or, maybe he would be angry at your for plagiarizing his words. That would be too funny.

Pastor Joan

MRFF Advisory Board Member


Dear  (name withheld) –


I am writing in response to your April 1, 2016 email to the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (“MRFF”).  However, I must admit I had to double check the date of your email to ensure it was sent during this decade since the vile you spew against people of the Jewish faith belongs in a historical fiction novel.  What a sad life you must have with so much misplaced hatred.


You accuse Mikey Weinstein of being “lying” and “deceitful” (actually, you claim he is “decitfull,” but that is not a word, so I assume you meant “deceitful”), yet you fail to set forth a single lie he has told.  Ignorant people like you are the reason MRFF fights for the religious freedom of every soldier, sailor, airman, Marine, cadet, and veteran – and your hateful emails only give us strength to continue fighting.


I have bad news for you, “adolfii,” – your apparent idol is the one rotting in hell.  But don’t worry – I am confident he has saved a place next to him for you to spend eternity.


Blessed be,


Tobanna Barker

MRFF Legal Affairs Coordinator





















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  1. Holy Rebel

    Thank you Jordan Ray for your dissertation on the Messiahship of Yeshua / Jesus. Although the Jewish people are God’s chosen people, yet God veiled their eyes to the truth of who Yeshua is, but now that veil is being renewed and thousands of Jews are recognizing that Yeshua is the one and only true Jewish Messiah, who came once and will return again. We just pray that veil will be removed from Michael Weinstein’s eyes as well along with his household!

    What Mr. Weinstein fails to recognize though is that the bible is not a Christian book, it is in fact a Jewish book for all the authors of the Old and New Testament were Jewish, except maybe for Luke. The bible is the best thing to ever come out of the land of Israel and is for every human being to learn it’s truths. Also, for the first 100 years after Christ, the “church” was made up of primarily Messianic Jews, or Jewish followers of Jesus and they did not meet in a church but the local synagogue. Christianity is not really a new religion, it is Judaism taken to the next level for it is the new covenant that is mentioned in the book of Jeremiah. Jesus brought this new covenant and taught it to his own people but they rejected Him.

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