Rosen & Rose – Jews For Jesus

Here Moishe Rosen and his wife, Rose Baker, who founded Jews for Jesus.

Here is Rabbi Kirt Schneider that says Jesus spoke to him and said;

“You’re an evangelist!”

Kirt got in the room with Donald Trump and lay his hand over his face. Because Trump has brought these cults into the affairs of our Secular Democracy, they need to be examined. I am the man for the job. I am a Biblical Scholar who figured out what Jesus wrote in the dust. Our nation is in peril because any repentance Trump, did, did not take. Some fear he will push the button. I am one of them.

As a relative of Ian Fleming, and as a Nazarite, I believe I am qualified to stop Devil Donald, as the real James Bond. I predicted in my blog, it would come down to this.

John Presco 007


So Rabbi Schneider interrupted Trump’s answer. “I said, ‘I was told that I was invited down here because you wanted advice,’ ” he recounted. “I said, ‘Mr. Trump, you and I are a lot alike, but when I saw you [lash] out [on a video] and just attack this person, it destroyed your credibility, and unless you use more wisdom, you’re not going to win this election.’ ”

Though Trump defended himself, saying he only responds after being attacked, Rabbi Schneider said that video clips would only show Trump’s actions. “I said, ‘People want to know that you have the temperament to be the president of the United States, and they want to be able to trust you because you’re going to have the authority to press the nuclear button.’ ”

“I’m being very straight, my brother,” the rabbi told me. “I was, like, the only one in the room for the most part that confronted him. I was definitely the most confrontative.”

In the meeting, though, Trump did talk about issues of concern to evangelicals, and Rabbi Schnedier said, “I walked away really blown away even that I had the opportunity and I had a voice in the meeting, and actually Trump responded very favorably to me. I think it was because he respected me. I walked away charged up, really wondering where it was all going to go.”

But the charge didn’t hold. He turned down a later opportunity to be part of a faith-oriented group.

“I got very very disheartened” by revelations about Trump during the campaign, he said. But Trump did get his vote. Rabbi Schneider said that the deciding issues are having conservative Supreme Court justices and “the rights of the unborn children.”

And he said that on Election Day, “I had a supernatural joy in my belly. … I literally could feel it; I could feel where it was coming from.” To him, it was divine.

“I knew that Trump was going to win. I knew that the joy that I was feeling was God, and that God was going to raise up Donald Trump to president and God was pleased about it.

“One of the things that gave me so much joy is I felt like God was saying to me that he still is having mercy on America. I was concerned that the Lord, because of all that’s going on in our country, had basically withdrawn his hand of grace from America. … God still loves our country, and he still is sending grace to our country that America still can be great.” The rabbi paused. “Again.”

I have friends who are not at all in the same frame of mind as Rabbi Schneider, and he and I don’t have a common theology or political views. I asked him what he would say pastorally to Clinton voters.

“I really believe that people will see a different Donald Trump now that he’s in office,” the rabbi said. “I believe that some of the rough edges that turned people off and that scared people, a lot of that is going to go away.

“I think that people are going to see a soft side of Donald Trump; I think people are going to see a heart in him for all people, and I really think that’s going to solve a lot of the problem. … He’s going to really try hard to help people know that he wants to be a president for all the people of America.

“I would say to them, please be encouraged and be patient, because you’re going to see a different Donald Trump than the one that you saw in the election, and I think you’ll find that he is going to display a concern and a tenderness to all American citizens, black, white, Latino, religious backgrounds, etc.”

With Trump as the president elect, biblical instructions are to pray for him as a leader, Rabbi Schneider said. “It doesn’t mean that the leader’s perfect, but it means that it’s our responsibility to pray for the leader.”

Many will be praying, for many different reasons. Such is the system with America’s civil religion.

Benjamin M. Rosen

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Benjamin M. Rosen
Born March 11, 1933 (age 85)
New Orleans, Louisiana
Alma mater California Institute of Technology (B.S.)
Stanford University (M.S.)
Columbia University (M.B.A.)
Known for Chairman of Compaq

Benjamin “Ben” M. Rosen (born March 11, 1933) is the former Chairman and former Acting Chief Executive Officer of Compaq [1] and co-founder of Sevin Rosen Funds.

Early life and career[edit]

Rosen was born in New Orleans, Louisiana on March 11, 1933 to Isadore and Anna Rosen.[2] Rosen’s father was a dentist and his mother was a secretary. He received a B.S. from the California Institute of Technology in 1954, and M.S. from Stanford University in 1955, and an M.B.A. from Columbia Business School in 1961. He worked on Wall Street for 15 years, ending his career as a Senior Technology Analyst and Vice President at Morgan Stanley.[1]

Rosen co-founded the venture capital company Sevin Rosen Funds in 1981 with L.J. Sevin.[3] In this capacity, Rosen invested in Compaq Computer Corporation in 1981, eventually serving as Chairman for 18 years.[2] For four months in 1999, Rosen also served as Acting CEO.[4] As a financier, Rosen backed high tech startup companies including Electronic Arts, Lotus Development and Silicon Graphics.[5]

Rosen is married to Donna Perret Rosen, the former contemporary art gallerist in New Orleans and owner of Galerie Simone Stern there. He has two sons, Jeffrey Rosen and Eric Rosen.

Moishe Rosen

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Not to be confused with Moses Rosen, Chief Rabbi of Romania

Martin “Moishe” Rosen (April 12, 1932 – May 19, 2010)[1] was the founder and former Executive Director of Jews for Jesus, a Christian missionary organization that focuses on evangelism to Jewish people.


Rosen was born in Kansas City, Missouri,[2] the son of Ben Rosen and Rose Baker. He was raised in Denver, Colorado. According to Rosen, his mother’s parents were “Reform Jews from Austria” and his paternal grandfather was an Orthodox Jew. Although his father regularly attended an Orthodox synagogue,[3] Rosen describes him as irreligious and viewing religion as a “racket”.[4]

Rosen married Ceil Starr on August 18, 1950, and they became Christians in 1953. After graduating from Northeastern Bible College, Rosen made a commitment to be a missionary to Jews. He was ordained as a Conservative Baptist minister in 1957. He led Hebrew Christian congregations and worked for 17 years for the American Board of Missions to the Jews (ABMJ),[2] (now called Chosen People Ministries), with the aim of attracting converts. Beginning in 1970, he founded Hineni Ministries under the umbrella of ABMJ, later to become Jews for Jesus.[5] In 1973, he left the employment of ABMJ to incorporate Jews for Jesus as a separate mission. In 1986, he received an honorary Doctor of Divinity Degree from Western Conservative Baptist Seminary in Portland, Oregon.

Weyrich Says Jews Murdered Jesus

“Last week, Paul Weyrich, head of the conservative Free Congress Foundation, circulated an Easter commentary stating in part that “Christ was crucified by the Jews.” Weyrich said the Jews wanted a “temporal ruler” to save them from the Roman authorities but instead were confronted with a “spiritual ruler,” whom they “considered … a threat.” For that reason, Weyrich concluded, Jesus “was put to death.”

A “spiritual ruler”? of whom, the Gentiles? Everything Jesus says is applicable to the teaching of the Jews. Why would Gentiles understand his parables? Did they read the Torah since childhood, and thus understood what passages Jesus was referring to?


The problem with Weyrich’s accusation, is that most Christians believe the GOD OF THE JEWS arranged Jesus’ death for the salvation of Gentiles – ONLY! Does not compute! This is why the Moral Majority abandoned Jesus on the cross, and took up an aborted fetus. Their core teaching is untenable for the simple reason Jesus’ parents were Jews, and his mother is the center alterpiece for the Catholic Religion in Rome. Mary died a Jew, and would be shocked to learn that her expectations for her son – have been utterly subverted!

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