Friday, July 14, 2006

MRFF Newsletter

As some of you may know, the Military Religious Freedom Foundation now has a bi-weekly newsletter to keep you posted on the work we're doing. We're currently putting together the next edition - to be released at the end of next week.

We expect that the first newsletter, which went out last Thursday, will be posted on the website shortly.

If you haven't already received the newsletter and would like to be added to the mailing list, please send an email with your request to If you have received the newsletter, please forward it to those who may be interested in supporting MRFF's work.

I'm pleased and excited to have a new way to keep you updated.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lt. Col. Robert Jones, USAF MD gives his testimony and research material of the harassment and discrimination he faced at 89th Medical Group at this website:

Please read it and spread the website around.


1:04 PM  
Blogger Hellmut said...

Thanks for everything that you are doing. I just signed up.

3:46 PM  
Blogger Caseymarc4 said...

i sent this to my dad. I can't believe some of this stuff, this is crazy. we will see what we can do, look for something potentially in the next newsletter. Keep spreading the word for us, thanks!

7:30 PM  
Blogger Andrew said...

My father spent his entire career in the US Air Force. He would be appalled by how the service he loved and was proud to serve in has been subverted by the pseudo-righteous. The last thing this country needs is to have its military rent by the "red state/blue state" divide that the extreme religious right has so tirelessly stoked.

4:43 PM  
Blogger qkslvrwolf said...

I don't suppose you can also post the newsletter as a blog entry?

8:42 AM  
Blogger Caseymarc4 said...

I checked with our web admin people and they so probably not - however, you can access a PDF version of the newsletter from the website, and we are working on making it easier to join up to receive future editions. Thanks for your interest, stay tuned!

11:30 AM  
Blogger markbyrn said...

As the election primaries are in overdrive, I'm quite interested to know the position of our potential Commander in Chief's on religious freedom and separation of Church and State. I was appalled to read a Washington Post article in which Gov Huckabee stated to a Church congregation, "When we become believers, it's as if we have signed up to be part of God's Army, to be soldiers for Christ." No doubt this darling of the Evangelicals wants to "take the nation back for Christ."

7:55 PM  
Blogger liliana said...

People should be treated like they want to be treated. It would be a fine day to be able to talk to someone of any race or religion and not conversate about either of those two topics. I believe that religion is fictional and it's only purpose was to give hope and order to people who were lost. But that is my belief and I will not preach it to anyone. I am not saying Jesus was never real. I believe he was a man that meant the best for his fellow men. And the Dominionist Christians need to look back on that and ask themselves "Why did Jesus die?" Because everyone thought he was the "atheist" of there time. It's sad. I read the comment that the average American is like Homer Simpson. It a sense yes. If something isn't directly effecting them they don't see it or care to. But I care. But how can I make a difference in my small little town where I would have everyone looking down on me for saying anything against Christianity? Individuals here, in rural Illinois, speak in tongue at church meetings. They feel God speaks through them. The power their faith holds over them is frightening. They feel they can do everything and that they are in the right. I am thankful that MRFF is fighting for people like me, like Jeremy Hall. It's going to be a long battle.

10:31 AM  

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