MRFF email

If an VA, military or other government location wanted to allow an individual or group to honor a particular MIA with a “missing man” table in that location, would you object to the use of whatever religious book that individual found comfort in?
I think this could be done as a rotating, and perhaps, fundraising vehicle.

(name withheld)


Thank you for voicing your concerns to MRFF.

The primary purpose of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation is to fight for Constitutional Seperation of Church and State.

It is our stand that the VA should not endorse, promote or favor any religion.

If the VA is found to be correct in allowing a Christian Bible to stand for Military faith; then we would fight for equal footing, to have an equal display, in an equal public setting, to promote any and all faiths and ideologies that people wish to have represented.


Jordan Ray
Captain, U.S. Army

Director, Veteran’s Affairs for Military Religious Freedom Foundation






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