Messianic Chaplains Must Wear Cross
The US Navy got it right. An order was handed down by Vice Admiral M. E. Ferguson U.S. Navy Deputy Chief of Naval Operations that Messianic Jewish chaplains must wear the cross lapel pin that identifies them as Christian rather than the Ten Commandments pin that signify a Jewish chaplain. That decision was made official last month after a messianic Christian applied to serve as a chaplain and requested the Jewish emblem, but was told to wear a cross. The loyal pseudo-Jew decided to leave the navy.

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Comment by Susan Aizenman on January 9, 2012 at 12:51am

Congratulations to the U.S. Navy. I wonder if the other branches of the service have come to the same conclusion. It is interesting that this chaplain chose to leave the navy. Seems that his patriotism was linked to being able to use deceit to convert Jews.

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